Illustration of variable number of input arguments, MATLAB Programming

Illustration of Variable number of input arguments:

In this situation, it was supposed that the radius will always be passed to the function. The function header can hence be modified to specify that the radius will be passed, and then a variable number of the remaining input arguments (either no one or one):

640_Illustration of Variable number of input arguments.png

>> areafori2(1,'i')

ans =

  452.3893

>> areafori2(3)

ans =

  28.2743

Note that the nargin returns total number of input arguments, not merely the number of the arguments in cell array varargin.

 

Posted Date: 10/22/2012 1:17:55 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Illustration of variable number of input arguments, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Illustration of variable number of input arguments, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Illustration of variable number of input arguments Discussions

Write discussion on Illustration of variable number of input arguments
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
a. Develop and submit the simulation described above. b. Provide a screen shot of the outputs of the DispConfig and MCResults functions. c. Notes: • Include the PPConfig f

Digging the Dirt: Autonomous Mining Robots   Mining is a multi-billion dollar industry and a critical part of the Australian economy. Much of the day-to-day work on mining sites

whats thye procedure for entering say an LP model, maximisation an objective funtion ''10x+3y'' subject to: 40 300x +298y>=299 x+y=1

how to code this function

i want to save the values of a particular equation in a for loop.. for ex: for i=1:100 et=(x+yz); end thus how can i store the values of et at each iteration


Using numerical techniques, plot the intensity distribution for LP 01 and LP 11 modes. Vary the value of V (reduce it to 1.5) and plot several of the intensity plots (of LP 01 )

The Switch Statement: A switch statement can frequently used in place of a nested if-else or an if statement with numerous else if clauses. The Switch statements are used when

Consider the 3rd order Bessel function J3(x). Write a script findBessRoots.m that computes all the roots of J3(x) in the interval [0; 40]. Your script must store the roots of the f

draw midpoint circle by matlab