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Matlab function takes 1 argument, Java caller provides 2

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FM
FM on 23 Oct 2020
Edited: FM on 23 Oct 2020
The Mathworks page for an example makesqr.m shows a 1-argument function
% makesqr.m
%----------
function y = makesqr(x)
y = magic(x);
This gets generated into a Java package. However, the `step 16` of the Java invoker shows `makesqr` with *two* arguments.
result = theMagic.makesqr(1, n);
Can anyone please explain this difference in the number of arguments?

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 23 Oct 2020
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FM
FM on 23 Oct 2020
Hi, Walter,
Thanks for that. The extra leading argument is also described at "Pass Arguments To and From Java". That page also describes how to accomplish multiple inputs/outputs.

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