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Julian
Julian on 30 Aug 2018
Commented: Julian on 31 Aug 2018
Hi everyone,
i have a quick question about the use of guidata.
Say i have a script like that:
random code [handles, movie] = timelapse(selection, handles] guidata(gcbo, handles) random code
do i really need to use guidata in this case or does my function already return the current handle structure? Thank you guys!

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OCDER
OCDER on 30 Aug 2018
If you pass handles as input and also output, you don't need guidata
Use guidata only to store/retrieve the GUI's data.
function [handles, movie] = myFcn(CurFigHandle)
handles = guidata(CurFigHandle); %In this case, use guidata to retrieve handles, since it was not an input
movie = handles.movie;
function [handles, movie] = myFcn(handles)
movie = handles.movie;
%No guidata required, since handles was passed as the input.
In GUIDE, the handles is pretty much always passed as the 3rd input to a callback function, so no need to use guidata to "retrieve" handle. You do need to use guidata to "store" any changes to handles though.
function pushbutton_callback(hObject, events, handles)
movie = handles.movie;
handles.movie = movie(1:end-1); %Changes made!
guidata(hObject, handles); %save modified handles

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