# Getting error -- Not enough input argument while run the code below

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crazysheep on 31 Mar 2016
Edited: Walter Roberson on 4 Apr 2016
function [res1, res2, res3] = func_Rt(t, R_s, R_t, W_t, Y_g, D_t, rho_E, rho_R, fuelEff)
if mod(t, 2)==0
if R_t + rho_R*(W_t + fuelEff*Y_g - D_t) >= R_s
res1 = R_s;
res2 = 0;
res3 = 0.1*(R_t + rho_R*(W_t + fuelEff*Y_g - D_t) - R_s);
else
if (D_t < W_t + fuelEff*Y_g) && (R_t + rho_R*(W_t + fuelEff*Y_g - D_t) < R_s)
res1 = R_t + rho_R*(W_t + fuelEff*Y_g - D_t);
res2 = 0;
res3 = 0;
elseif D_t > W_t + fuelEff*Y_g
res1 = R_t;
res2 = D_t - W_t - fuelEff*Y_g;
res3 = 0;
end
end
end
if mod(t, 2) ==1
if (D_t < W_t + fuelEff*Y_g) && R_t == R_s
res1 = R_t;
res2 = 0;
res3 = 0.1*(W_t + fuelEff*Y_g - D_t);
else
if D_t > W_t + fuelEff*Y_g + rho_E*R_t
res1 = 0;
res2 =(D_t - (W_t + fuelEff*Y_g + rho_E*R_t));
res3 = 0;
elseif (D_t < rho_E*R_t + W_t + fuelEff*Y_g) && (W_t + fuelEff*Y_g < D_t)
res1 = R_t - (D_t - W_t - fuelEff*Y_g)/rho_E;
res2 = 0;
res3 =0;
end
end
end
end
jgg on 31 Mar 2016
How are you calling this function? From the tags you posted it looks like you didn't assign the outputs or inputs properly. We'd need to see that first to tell what's going on.

Dave Behera on 4 Apr 2016
There are no function calls inside this function. Therefore, it seems that you are not passing enough arguments to the function. Can you confirm that?
Also, the output arguments may end up being undefined under certain conditions which your code does not handle yet. That can also throw an error in the future.