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Convert Code to Reusable Functions Using the Refactor Button in MATLAB

 The Refactor button in MATLAB is a powerful tool that allows you to convert your code into reusable functions quickly and easily. Here's how you can use it:

Open the MATLAB code you want to refactor.

Highlight the code you want to convert into a function.

Click the Refactor button in the MATLAB Editor tab.

Select "Extract Function" from the dropdown menu.

In the Extract Function dialog box, specify the name and location of the new function.

MATLAB will create a new function file with the specified name and location and insert a function call to that file in place of the original code.

If necessary, you can modify the inputs and outputs of the new function.

Click the Save button to save your changes.

Test the new function to make sure it works as expected.

By using the Refactor button in MATLAB, you can quickly convert your code into reusable functions without having to write them from scratch. This can save you a lot of time and effort and make your code more modular and easier to maintain.

Learn how to use the Refactor button in MATLAB®, located in the Editor toolstrip, to automatically create functions from sections of your script, which will help you clean up your code and increase your coding efficiency.

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