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Re: Aux. functions with multiple outputs

From: Francesco Potortì
Subject: Re: Aux. functions with multiple outputs
Date: Fri, 10 Sep 2010 09:46:02 +0200

>Is it possible to define an aux. function which handles multiple outputs?.
>For example, for a single output:
>function [ a ] = f1( x )
>y = @(x) f1( x );  # aux. function, single output
>sin( y )
>However if f1 returns multiple outputs:
>function [ a,b ] = f1( x )
>how do I define y so I can refer to a and b?.

There is no difference.  You should assign y in exactly the same way:
y = @(x) f1( x );

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