Too many input arguments.

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Fabrice shao
Fabrice shao on 4 Jul 2022
Commented: Dyuman Joshi on 4 Jul 2022
Hi fellows,
I'm running my code to contruct an array but it gives me too many "Too many input arguments." Spend day to solve it but not nothing works. Please help
thanks so much
the code is attached
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Dyuman Joshi
Dyuman Joshi on 4 Jul 2022
You have not defined what angle() is. (line 114)

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Garmit Pant
Garmit Pant on 4 Jul 2022
Hello Fabrice
I have gone through your code and have identified that the following error is produced at the following line:
fprintf(fid,' .Angle "0", "0", "%f" \r\n',angle(ii,jj));%% Transform Angle
This is so because the built-in function 'angle' only accepts a single argument in the form of an input array, specified as a scalar, vector, matrix, or multidimensional array. You are passing two arguments to the function and thus the input is invalid due to too many arguments.
You can read about the function 'angle' here:


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