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how to use result of one function for another function??

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vinod kumar
vinod kumar on 28 Apr 2014
Commented: drummer on 7 Jul 2020
i want to use the results of one function for another function within the same or different file...plese help me how to do it....
sample program:
function [ y ] = heatsource( x1, x2 )
function [ x1, x2] = result( c, d )
c=2;
d=3;
x1=c+d;
x2=c-d;
end
y=x1+x2;
y
end

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Chandrasekhar
Chandrasekhar on 28 Apr 2014
mainscript.m
c=2; d=3;
[ x1, x2] = result( c, d )
[ y ] = heatsource( x1, x2 )
result.m
function [ x1, x2] = result( c, d )
x1=c+d;
x2=c-d;
heatsource.m
function [ y ] = heatsource( x1, x2 )
y=x1+x2;

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vinod kumar
vinod kumar on 29 Apr 2014
thanks for giving time to my problem and providing suitable solution... i want to know that is that method possible if i write the algorithm in diffrenet script files in form of functions.......then will it work if i call all the fuctions(5 functions created) in a seprate script file.
for example.....create result.m and hetasource.m in different script files. and call them in mainscript.m
drummer
drummer on 7 Jul 2020
Should result.m and heatsource.m be in the same folder so heatsource.m can read x1 and x2?

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Andrei Bobrov
Andrei Bobrov on 29 Apr 2014
function [ y ] = heatsource( c,d )
function [ x1, x2] = result( c, d )
x1=c+d;
x2=c-d;
end
[ x1, x2] = result( c, d );
y=x1+x2;
end

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Azzi Abdelmalek
Azzi Abdelmalek on 28 Apr 2014
Save this function as heatsource.m
function [ y ] = heatsource( c,d )
[ x1, x2] = result( c, d )
y=x1+x2
function [ x1, x2] = result( c, d )
x1=c+d;
x2=c-d;
Then in Matlab windows command call your function with c and d argument
c=2;
d=3;
y=heatsource(c,d)

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