I have a conceptual problem I'm struggling with and was wondering if anyone could give some insight into this.
Essentially, I have a class with three (or more) properties. Watered down Pseudo code below:
C = f(obj.A,obj.B)
A = inputValue
Now herein lies the problem as I'm sure you have already noticed. I'm setting one properties value while changing another property's value. MLINT warns immediately that this is bad and correctly states that one should make C a dependent property.
This is fine unless speed is an issue. C is going to be called "lots of times". And having Matlab calculate it every time
is called is expensive. A and B will be updated through out the life of the object and hence I want C recalc'ed on the fly when they do.
Should I disregard MLINT (and probably good coding practice)?
Is there a better but still fast way to achieve what I want?