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Error "too many input arguments"

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Soham Shah
Soham Shah on 3 Mar 2021
Commented: Soham Shah on 3 Mar 2021
When I run the code below with the input code1([1 3 4]) I get an error that says too many input arguments. I made sure there are no other variables named code1. Any help?
function code2 = code1(z)
z1 = 0;
z2 = 0;
z3 = 0;
code2 = zeros(1,length(z));
for i = 1:length(z)
code2(i) = z(i) + 1;
end
disp ('code2 =', code2)
end

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Rik
Rik on 3 Mar 2021
You misread the error message slightly. The source of your issue is here:
disp ('code2 =', code2)
The disp function only allows a single input. You will have to do something else (e.g. with fprintf).
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Soham Shah
Soham Shah on 3 Mar 2021
oh okay. It worked now, thanks!

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