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out = x; "Not enough input arguments"

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Geir
Geir on 12 Sep 2013
Script:
function out = g(x)
%g(x) er en funksjon med delt forskrift
out = x;
n = length (x);
for k=1:n
if (x(k)<0)
out = -x(k).^2;
else
out = sin(4.*x);
end
end
end
Problem:
I get this message:
EDU>> g
Error using g (line 3)
Not enough input arguments.
How do I solve this?

Answers (1)

Laurent
Laurent on 12 Sep 2013
Edited: Laurent on 12 Sep 2013
How did you call your function? It seems you forgot to put input arguments, in this case 'x'.
I would try to call your function from the command window as follows (I took 5 as an example here):
result=g(5);
Do you still get the error?
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Geir
Geir on 12 Sep 2013
Excellent, thank you!

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