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Error: Function definition not supported in this context. Create functions in code file.

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Cody Abt
Cody Abt on 19 Sep 2019
Answered: Jyothis Gireesh on 22 Nov 2019
My function with code prompt being user input.
function [v]=Deflection_Caabt(x)
if (0 < prompt) && (prompt <= 120)
(1/(3.19*10e9)) * 800*xe3 - 13.68 * 10e6 - 2.5*xe4;
else
(120 < prompt) && (prompt <= 240);
(1/(3.19*10e9))*800*xe3-(13.68*10e6)-2.5*xe4+2.5*(x-120)*e4;
Elseif
(240 < prompt) && (prompt <= 360);
(1/(3.19*10e9))*(800*xe3-(13.68*10e6)-2.5*x^4+2.5*x-120e4+600*(x-240)*e3);
end

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Jyothis Gireesh
Jyothis Gireesh on 22 Nov 2019
One method may be to include an input statement using “input()” to accept the value of “prompt”. Another possible workaround is to accept the user input outside the function and to pass it as an argument to the function.

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