Listing the input arguments and values of a function in a Matrix

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Is there a way to list the input arguments in a function by outputting them in a Cell array
[input1 = x; input2 = y; input3 =z; ..etc]
I have a large function with about 20 inputs and want to check on them all before I proceed.

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Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang am 28 Jun. 2011
Yes, you can. Use this example:
InputArgument={'this is the string for the pattern','pattern'}
strfind(InputArgument{:});
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Sean de Wolski
Sean de Wolski am 28 Jun. 2011
You want varargin, it'll work for EVERYTHING!
Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang am 28 Jun. 2011
Yes.
InputArguments={randint(1,5),2}
find(InputArguments{:})

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Stuart Layton
Stuart Layton am 28 Jun. 2011
William, i'm thinking you want to use varargin. By defining the input arguments as varargin you can have as many input arguments as you want. Parsing this is pretty easy too, its simply a cell array of the arguments. Look at using the InputParser to parse it.

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