Tracing a error, MATLAB in Statistics

Tracing:

Sometimes, when a program has loops and/or selection statements and is not running properly, it is helpful in the debugging process to know exactly which statements have been executed. For illustration, here is a function which attempts to show In Middle of Range if the argument passed to it is in the range from 3 to 6, and Out Of Range or else.

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Though, it seems to print In Middle Of Range for all values of x:

>> testifelse(4)

In middle of range

>> testifelse(7)

In middle of range

>> testifelse(-2)

In middle of range

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