code showing "Too many output arguments", how to resolve it?

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I am trying to detect lines using following code using hough transform but having this error- "Too many output arguments". I am giving input a 420*560 grayscale image. code is following:-
function HTPLine(inputimage)
%image size
[rows,columns]=size(inputimage);
%accumulator
rmax=round(sqrt(rows^2+columns^2));
acc=zeros(rmax,180);
%image
for x=1:columns
for y=1:rows
if(inputimage(y,x)==0)
for m=1:180
r=round(x*cos((m*pi)/180)+y*sin(m*pi)/180);
if(r<rmax && r>0)
acc(r,m)=acc(r,m)+1;
end
end
end
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 13 May 2013
Which line is throwing the error? Please copy and paste the entire error message - all the red text - so we don't have to guess. You do know that hough() and houghlines() are in the Image Processing Toolbox, don't you? So you don't have to do this yourself.

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