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How can I have multiple arrays as an input for my function?

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James
James on 6 Sep 2019
Edited: James on 9 Sep 2019
If P and Q was a 1x3 array, how could I make that as an input in my function as the square brackets do not work. Thanks

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Stephen Cobeldick
Stephen Cobeldick on 6 Sep 2019
@James: pay attention to the syntax warnings that the MATLAB editor is showing you:
Those wiggly lines are not decorations. They show you syntax errors and ways that you should improve your code.
Reading the documentation is the best way to know how to write MATLAB code:

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 6 Sep 2019
function SquaredDistance = PixelDistance(P, Q)
P1 = P(1); P2 = P(2); P3 = P(3);
Q1 = Q(1); Q2 = Q(2); Q3 = Q(3);
now calculate the distance
end

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