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Input a Vector as Function Argument

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JPS
JPS on 5 Dec 2020
Answered: Alan Stevens on 5 Dec 2020
Hi,
I was facing this problem in inputing a vector to my user defined function. I have defined a function that needs two inputs to perform some operations. However, when it try to pass on a vector containing two element to the function it shows need more arguments error.
x = [2 , 4]
y = sq(x)
function out = sq(a , b)
out = a.^2 + b;
end
Can somebody show me how to do it right?
I will be very grateful.
Thanks a lot!

Accepted Answer

Alan Stevens
Alan Stevens on 5 Dec 2020
Either
x = [2 , 4]
y = sq(x(1),x(2))
function out = sq(a , b)
out = a.^2 + b;
end
or
x = [2 , 4]
y = sq(x)
function out = sq(x)
a = x(1); b = x(2);
out = a.^2 + b;
end

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