Printrectarea function - subfunction, MATLAB in Engineering

printrectarea function:

function call: printrectarea(length, width)

function header: function printrectarea(len, wid)


In the function call, there are two arguments passed, hence, there are two input arguments in the function header. The function does not return anything, therefore the call to the function is a statement by itself; it is not an assignment or output statement.



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