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whats wrong with my code?

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Jasleen Kahlon
Jasleen Kahlon on 20 Mar 2020
Commented: darova on 21 Mar 2020
i was trying to make a funtion for school and my teacher gave me a code that he used to make the funtion.
the code he used was:
function dx = colour_selection_2020f (t,x)
dx = [0];
% 'a' is the selection strength for colouration based on female preference
% 'b' is the selection strength based on predation pressure
% 'c' is the narrow sense haritability of colouration
a = .68;
b= -.71;
c=.0054;
dx(1) = (a*c)+(b*c);
and the code i used was:
can someone please tell me whats wrong with it???

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darova
darova on 20 Mar 2020
Why do you think there is something wrong with it?
Jasleen Kahlon
Jasleen Kahlon on 20 Mar 2020
if i try to use the function it says it cannot be found
darova
darova on 21 Mar 2020
Filename and function name should be the same

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the cyclist
the cyclist on 20 Mar 2020
He wrote
dx = [0];
and you wrote
dx[0];

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John D'Errico
John D'Errico on 20 Mar 2020
Well, since the only difference was the presence of an = operator, the two versions should be "equal", right? I just break me up.
Jasleen Kahlon
Jasleen Kahlon on 20 Mar 2020
i actually had to do it in parentheses, my professors code was incorrect. But thank you!

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