Return Multiple Values From a Matlab Function

This tutorial will discuss how to return multiple values from a function using the box brackets in MATLAB.

Return Multiple Values From a Function Using the Box Brackets in MATLAB

If you want to return multiple values from a function, you have to define all of them inside a box bracket separated by a comma and assign them the required output within the function bounds. For example, let’s create a function and return three values. See the code below.

clc
[a,b,c] = fName()
function [a,b,c] = fName()
    a = 1;
    b = 2;
    c = 5;
end

Output:

a =

     1


b =

     2


c =

     5

As you can see in the output, three values have been returned by the function.

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