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Multiple functions inside one .m file

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I am trying to add multiple functions inside one master function. For example I want the follow three functions inside one file/function so that I can easily edit them with out changing between multiple files
function [Gc] = transferfunction_Gc
s = tf('s');
Gct=1;
Gcn=s*(s+1)^2;
Gc=Gct/Gcn;
end
function [Gp] = transferfunction_Gp
s = tf('s');
Gpt=1;
Gpn=s*(s+1)^2;
Gp=Gpt/Gpn;
end
function [H1] = transferfunction_H1
s = tf('s');
H1t=1;
H1n=s*(s+1)^2;
H1=H1t/H1n;
end
Is there anyway this is possible?

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Rik
Rik on 3 Nov 2020
You can put them in one function file (or even a script file with a reasonably new release). How do you want to use them? In a single master function, or in a single script? If the answer is not one of those options you can't do it.

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Accepted Answer

Jeff Miller
Jeff Miller on 3 Nov 2020
Try the method involving static classes, as explained here by per isakson

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