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How to save variables from function output to workspace?

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Simone Frauenfelder
Simone Frauenfelder on 2 May 2017
function [ A, B] = GetText(filename)
fid = fopen(filename,'r');
x = textscan(fid,'%n%s','headerlines',1);
fclose(fid);
A = x(:,1);
B = x(:,2);
B{1}
A{1}
end
When I run this function the output is ans = "the data in the 1st column" and ans = "data in the 2nd column" and ans = [108x1 double] but the variables 'A' and 'B' are not saved to the workspace. How to I fix the function so the answers are defined as A and B and the variables are saved to the workspace?

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Stephen Cobeldick
Stephen Cobeldick on 3 May 2017
@Simone Frauenfelder: today I formatted your code correctly for you. Next time you can do it yourself: select the code text, then click the {} Code button above the textbox.

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Alessandro
Alessandro on 2 May 2017
Edited: Alessandro on 2 May 2017
You are probably calling the function in a wrong way from your script/command line.
[A,B] = GetText(filename);
will save both variables A and B in the workspace.

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