Matlab does not recognizes function

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michael
michael on 18 Aug 2022
Edited: michael on 15 Nov 2022
Hi,
I have a test.m file located in directory temp. This file calls functions named test1 (located in test1.m) test2 (located in test2.m). Both test1.m and test2.m are locted in the same directory as test.m
For calling test1.m it is successive call while for test2.m it tells that function doesn't exists.
Setting breakpoint just before test2 call I'm checking in the command prompt whether it is exists by exist test2 and receiving a positive result (2).
But the call is still with fail.
Only when adding following, I can call the function successfully.
if exist('test2')
test2(...)
end
I have some toolbox (wasn't developed by me) for which this happens a lot of times.
I don't wan't to start digigng for all the places where this happens and doing the update.
What could be done to solev it?
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michael
michael on 15 Nov 2022
Edited: michael on 15 Nov 2022
It have took some time as I was busy with other issues.
If I place the file in C:\Temp\ and execute which test, I'm getting the complete file path.
If I place the file in C:\Temp\MyMap\ and execute which test, I'm getting the complete file path and additional comment `%Has no license available`.
Regarding my Matlab version:
>>version
ans=
7.1.0.246 (R14) Service Pack 3

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