⭐ M-File Functions | MATLAB Tutorial ⭐

✍️ Following MATLAB tutorials, in this tutorial, we will show the basics of MATLAB M-files functions. M-File functions are programs that accept input and return output arguments. We are going to find out the script side-effects and why should we use functions?  Moreover, we get familiar with the syntaxes of M-File functions and the differences between functions and scripts.

We are going to explain M-File functions through two examples. The first user-defined function is for writing a simple factorial program, and the second function is for the conversion of weight and height units of a person.

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