How to get nan as output if the function output argument is not supported?

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I have written a function with three outputs.
function [logical_out, run_time, reaction_time] = reaction_time_function3(~,~,~)
% code
end
I want run_time and reaction_time output to be 'NaN' if logical_out is 0. How can I do that? In fact, I have written a piece of code not to run the script further if logical_out is 0.
% do not run further calculations if logical ouput is zero
if logical_out == 0
return
end

Accepted Answer

Stephen23
Stephen23 on 21 Apr 2022
if isequal(logical_out,0)
run_time = NaN;
reaction_time = NaN;
return
end

More Answers (1)

Matt J
Matt J on 21 Apr 2022
if logical_out == 0
[run_time, reaction_time]=deal(nan);
return
end

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