Program of passing arguments to functions, MATLAB in Engineering

Program of passing arguments to functions:

This was an illustration of a function which did not receive any input arguments nor did it return any output arguments; it easily accomplished a task.

Here is the other illustration of a function which does not receive any input arguments, but in this situation it does return a value. The function prompts an user for a string and returns the value entered.

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>> mystring = stringprompt

Whenever prompted, enter a string of any length.

Enter the string here: Hi there

mystring =

Hi there

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