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oscar on 12 Nov 2023
Answered: Asim on 23 Nov 2023
I have been studying your program since 2020 and I havent been able to find the right sources for oop in this language(matlab), I have already consulted several books such as A Guide to Matlab Object Oriented Programming by Register and Attaway MATLAB _A Practical
Introduction toProgramming and Problem Solving including the oficial guide.
I would really appreciate if somebody could guide me to new books or papers that may contain some new information in these regards.
Looking forward to hearing from anyone.
Thank you very much for your time.
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Andreas Goser
Andreas Goser on 14 Nov 2023
In order to be able to help you better, can you share one example your are struggling with? It seems you have consulted books and the documentation and if you would benefit from more generic infomation, I may find a training or video for you as this is a different learning approach. But if you have a specifc question, that might be a different avenue to take.

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Asim on 23 Nov 2023
Hello Oscar,
I understand you're facing difficulties with object-oriented programming (OOP) concepts in MATLAB. Here are a few resources that might help you:
  1. Object-Oriented Programming Onramp: Get started with MathWorks’ OOP Onramp course for a hands-on learning experience using the below link.
  2. MATLAB OOP: You can refer to this document that explains the syntax and features of MATLAB OOP and contains examples and exercises to help practice OOP in MATLAB.
  3. Blogs and forums: Additionally, you can follow programming forums like Stack Overflow’s MATLAB tag and MATLAB- OOP focused blogs using this link for community insights and tips on OOP.
Remember that OOP concepts are quite universal across programming languages, so even resources not specifically tailored to MATLAB can enhance your understanding of OOP principles, which you can then apply to MATLAB.
I hope these resources help you.
Best Regards,
Asim Asrar


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