|Declare function name, inputs, and outputs|
This example shows how to create a function in a program file.
Help text appears in the Command Window when you use the
help function. Create help text for your program by inserting comments at the beginning.
This example shows how to run a function that requires some initial setup, such as input argument values, while working in the Editor.
There are several types of functions available with MATLAB®, including local functions, nested functions, private functions, and anonymous functions.
To determine which function to call when multiple functions in the current scope have the same name, MATLAB uses function precedence order.
Variables used within nested and anonymous functions must be present in the text of the code. If you add a variable to the workspace of an anonymous function, a nested function, or a function that contains a nested function dynamically, MATLAB issues an error.