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Invalid syntax at num2str. A'(' might be missing a closing ')'

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Sean Rhoten
Sean Rhoten on 26 Jan 2020
Commented: Sean Rhoten on 26 Jan 2020
Hello everyone! Im writing simple code for a intro class and continue to get a syntax error "Invalid expression". For this homework, the instructure wants use num2str that seems to be where my error originates. Im sure its a simple mistake. All help is apriciated. Thank you!
disp((' (a) tanh(e)=' num2str(tanh(exp(1)))))

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 26 Jan 2020
Why are there 2 (( after disp? Did you count the opening and closing parentheses? As you typed the parentheses, or clicked on one, did you notice the underlines under the matching parenthesis? You should use brackets to concatenate two strings like you're doing. Corrected code:
disp([' (a) tanh(e)=' num2str(tanh(exp(1)))])
I'd use fprintf() instead though.

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Cameron B
Cameron B on 26 Jan 2020
disp([' (a) tanh(e)=',num2str(tanh(exp(1)))])

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