Variable input argument for symbolic equations

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Hello! I have a set of symbolic equations with a function receiving variable number of inputs in each equation. Is there a way to define symbolic function which has variable input arguments? The equations look something like this:
1. var1 == myFun(3,4)
2. var2 == myFun(9,3,2)
3. var3 == myFun(5,8,1,80,4)
ps: I know varargin can be used for normal functions and although quite stupid, I still tried my luck using it for the symbolic function. And as expected, it didn't work.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 16 Aug 2018
"Is there a way to define symbolic function which has variable input arguments?"
Yes. You can use
However, you can only display the function by using evalin(symengine) or feval(symengine): if you attempt to display the function at the MATLAB level, then you will get a corrupted symbolic computation session.
Notice this is not a MATLAB function you put in quotes, and not a symbolic expression: it would have to be in the MuPAD programming language. See example 13 and
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 21 Aug 2018
I do not recommend this to anyone except advanced users who have experience programming Maple or similar languages.

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