How to save variables in a function to the workspace

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i want to save the variables( x , y , z , xx , yy) in a function to the workspace.
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global x
global y
global z
global xx
global yy
test(1,2,3)
function test(x,y,z)
x
y
z
x+y+z
test2(4,2)
end
function test2(xx,yy)
xx
yy
xx-yy
end

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Cris LaPierre
Cris LaPierre on 12 Feb 2021
Don't use globals. Return your variables through the function output. See the documentation. This example from that page shows how to return the variable ave.
myave = average([1:10])
myave = 5.5000
% function declaration
function ave = average(x)
ave = sum(x(:))/numel(x);
end
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Hiroyasu Fujita
Hiroyasu Fujita on 13 Feb 2021
@Stephen Cobeldick , @Walter Roberson @Cris LaPierre
Thank you for your comments.
The problem has been solved.

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