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Asked by C Zeng
on 11 Jun 2012

For example f(x,y,z) or f(x,y), z is optional. If I list three variables then system uses f(x,y,z), if only 2 variables uses f(x,y).

I know how to use it by nargin function, is there better way to do so?

Thanks.

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Answer by the cyclist
on 11 Jun 2012

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When you say you know how to do it by nargin, does that mean you are also familiar with varargin? That sounds like what you want.

>> doc varargin

There is an example on this page:

C Zeng
on 11 Jun 2012

Hi, thanks. Yes, I know how to do it by nargin, by writing a if nargin<3 command.

Could you write an example by using varragin?

Thank you!

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