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Hi there fellow MATLABers, 
Dietrich Lueerssen wrote: 
David Bateman wrote: 

the missing ?: ternary function is a wellknown Matlab issue for a 
I am not aware of an official ifstatement that can be implemented in an anonymous function. However, you can (slightly artificially) create your own ifstatement by writing yourself a deltafunction by using given Matlab functions (such as heaviside, dirac, floor, ceil, etc.) 
The only way around such things as this (as far as using anonymous functions) that I know of is by using multiple function evaluations. 
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I had the same Problem before, solved it a little bit differently. I made the if statement into a seperate function that would return a logical 1 or 0. Then I multiplied the result of my iffunction with the result of my function and added the two results. I.e. 
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