MATLAB Answers

Switch-case error message by matlab

17 views (last 30 days)
H ZETT M
H ZETT M on 22 May 2017
Commented: H ZETT M on 22 May 2017
Hey guys, I got this "problem" I made a switch-case thingy and it is working, but matlab shows me these red bars at the right side and tells me "the expression cannot be assigned to multiple values", marking my [P2,FTLE] = FTLE[...] epression.
switch direction
case 'forward'
[P2,FTLE] = FTLE_forward(Variables);
case 'backward'
[P2,FTLE] = FTLE_backward(Variables);
case 'both'
master = 1; %for plot
direction = Possible_direction{1};
[P2,FTLE] = FTLE_forward(Variables);
P2_forward = P2;
FTLE_forward = FTLE;
direction = Possible_direction{2};
[P2,FTLE] = FTLE_backward(Variables);
P2_backward = P2;
FTLE_backward = FTLE;
otherwise
disp('unstruction unclear');
return;
end
So what do I have to do or do I even have to change anything at all ? Seems like matlab is not happy that I use these two function in the "both" case again, because if I comment it out, matlab seems to be fine with it.
  4 Comments
H ZETT M
H ZETT M on 22 May 2017
I already found the mistake. in "both" FTLE_forward gets used as a function first, but soon after I create a variable with the same name.

Sign in to comment.

Answers (0)

Tags

Products

Community Treasure Hunt

Find the treasures in MATLAB Central and discover how the community can help you!

Start Hunting!