This section describes the following topics on how to make function calls:
What Happens When You Call a Function
When you call a function M-file from either the command line or from within another M-file, MATLAB parses the function into pseudocode and stores it in memory. This prevents MATLAB from having to reparse a function each time you call it during a session. The pseudocode remains in memory until you clear it using the
clear function, or until you quit MATLAB.
Clearing Functions from Memory
You can use
clear in any of the following ways to remove functions from the MATLAB workspace.
||Remove specified function from workspace.
||Remove all compiled M-functions.
||Remove all variables and functions.
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