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):

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>> 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.

 

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