change variable in a class
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I have two classes, whereas the second class is to be called by the first one.
classdef sender < handle
properties (Access = private)
function obj = sender(variable)
obj.Bitvektor = variable;
obj.kobj = kanal; %initialize class kanal
function u = sendeBitvektor(obj)
obj.kobj.Bitvektor = obj.Bitvektor;
u = obj.kobj.sendtoreceiver; % call function in class kanal
classdef kanal < handle
function on = kanal(obj)
function u = sendtoreceiver(on)
Now if i try to change delta in kanal the value seems to be changed.
delta = 0.05;
kanal.Delta = delta
However, if i call the function sendtoreceiver, it appears, that the value wasn't assigned to delta.
Sender is not supposed to know delta.
How do i permanently change the value of delta, such that if i call the function sendtoreceiver delta is already assigned ?
Thanks for every help
Vimal Rathod on 6 Dec 2020
As kanal object is a private variable in sender class, any user will not be able to access that object and set any variable to the delta field and to assign value of delta you have to create a set method or you could assign the variable with a value in the constructor only.
Refer to the following link to know more details about constructor
Refer to the following link to know more about set methods