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function [cnt,A] = matrice_nou_vechi(A,noua,veche)
cnt=0;
for row=1:size(A,1)
for col=1:size(A,2)
if(A(row, col)==veche)
A(row,col)=noua;
cnt=cnt+1;
end
end
end
how can i see both "cnt" and matrix "A" when a call the function in command window? (without using disp function)

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Stephen Cobeldick
Stephen Cobeldick on 13 Nov 2020
[cnt,A] = matrice_nou_vechi([1,2],3,2)
cnt = 1
A = 1×2
1 3

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Catalina Guta
Catalina Guta on 13 Nov 2020
the secret is to call the function in this way in the command window?

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Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 13 Nov 2020
Your function is defined to return two output arguments. Now you have to call it with two output arguments. I'm assuming you have created variables for the three inputs aready, I'll call them A, x2, and third.
[output1, secondOutput] = matrice_nou_vechi(A, x2, third);

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