How to use fprintf statements after a function

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Serena Simpson
Serena Simpson on 9 Oct 2020
I have a function. For my class, we have to put result output at the bottom of our code. However, functions have to be at the bottom. Is there a way I can use fprintf statements under the function?
%% Section 2: Processing
function y=vorder(x)
N=length(x);
y=x;
for i=2:N-1
if y(i-1)>y(i)
tmp=y(i);
y(i-1)=y(i);
y(i)=tp;
end
end
for i=N-1:2
if y(i)<y(i-1)
tm=y(i);
y(i)=y(i-2);
y(i-1)=tmp;
end
end
end
%% Section 3: Result Output ERRORS HERE
fprintf('Input and output\n');
fprintf('%d ',x); fprintf('\n');
fprintf('%d ',y); fprintf('\n');
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Asad (Mehrzad)  Khoddam
Asad (Mehrzad) Khoddam on 9 Oct 2020
You can use another function that includes frprintf statements.
Also, the order of functions are nor important. It is not necessary to use fprintf after the function.

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Answers (2)

Star Strider
Star Strider on 9 Oct 2020
Yes.
Try something like this:
x = ...;
y=vorder(x); % Call Function
fprintf('Input and output\n');
fprintf('%d ',x); fprintf('\n');
fprintf('%d ',y); fprintf('\n');
function y=vorder(x)
. . .
end
You need to call the function to get the output from it. Then write the output. The function itself is at the end of the script file.
I did not run this, so I will leave it to you to experiment with it.
.

KSSV
KSSV on 9 Oct 2020
Let x be your vector.
fmt = [repmat('%g, ', 1, numel(x)-1), '\n'] ;
fprintf(fmt, x)

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