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saving a file with help of a function

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Rica
Rica on 11 Nov 2014
Commented: Rica on 11 Nov 2014
Hi! is there any possibilty to change the name of the file to be saved with the input of a function? as an Exemple:
%
[]=myfunction(input1,input2,FileName)
Calculation of X,Y
S=struct('X',X,'Y',Y); % building of a structure
save('FileName','S')
Thank you

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Guillaume
Guillaume on 11 Nov 2014
I'm not sure what you're asking. Doesn't your example do exactly what you want?
Rica
Rica on 11 Nov 2014
Hi.
for exemple i call the function myfunction(input1, input2, Resultdata1) and i want that the calculated structure S should be saved in the file Resultdata1.
some thing like this:
%function [ ] = addition( X,Y,filename )
A=X+Y;
S=struct('A',A,'X',X,'Y',Y)
save(filename,'S')
end
Calling the function:
%
addition(1,2,Resultdata1)
addition(5,7,Resultdata2)
..
..
and the tha data should be save in Resultdata1.mat, Resultdata2.mat.......
thank you

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the cyclist
the cyclist on 11 Nov 2014
addition(1,2,'Resultdata1.mat')

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Philipp Maier
Philipp Maier on 11 Nov 2014
The only thing missing in your code is that the name of the file needs to be a string when calling addition . For example:
function addition( X,Y,filename )
A=X+Y;
S=struct('A',A,'X',X,'Y',Y)
save(filename,'S')
end
Call this function as follows:
addition(1,2,'Resultdata1')

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