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Error using optimoptions (Reference to non-existent field 'TolFunValue')

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Omar Khalifa
Omar Khalifa on 6 Dec 2020
Commented: Omar Khalifa on 7 Dec 2020
I have a function that I am trying to solve using fsolve and optimoptions. The code is as follows:
fun = @meow;
x0 = [0,0];
options = optimoptions('fsolve','Algorithm','levenberg-marquardt',...
'Display','iter','TolFun',1e-20,'TolX',1e-20,'MaxFunctionEvaluations', 12000,'MaxIterations',600);
[x,fval,exitflag,output] = fsolve(fun,x0,options)
and the function @meow is as follows (named "meow" obviously)
function catsound = meow(x)
catsound(1) = 2*x(1)-x(2);
catsound(2) = x(1)-0.5;
When running the code as is, it produced an error that says the following:
"Error using optimoptions (line 124)
Reference to non-existent field 'TolFunValue'.
Error in solve4cat (line 3)
options = optimoptions('fsolve','Algorithm','levenberg-marquardt',..."
If I remove the optimoptions, it solves it perfectly. The real code is more complicated than this for sure. When I remove the optimoptions of my real code, the answer that I get is just below the guess that I am providing for the function, which is weird. Can anyone help in this? Thank you in advance.

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Stephan
Stephan on 6 Dec 2020
For optimoptoptions the correct option is FunctionTolerance. The usage of TolFunValue is the equivalent option when you use optimset instead. See here for more details.

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