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Suppressing only part of a function output?

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Kevin Esmaeili
Kevin Esmaeili on 4 Apr 2020
Commented: Star Strider on 4 Apr 2020
If I were to have a function in the form [a,b,c] = myFun(d,e), and I wanted to call the function in a script and have all three output values, (a,b,c) in the workspace, but only a and b printed to the command window how could i accomplish that?
Thanks for any help.

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 4 Apr 2020
To have only ‘a’ and ‘b’ returned:
[a,b] = myFun(d,e)
and to have only ‘c’ returned:
[~,~,c] = myFun(d,e)
Use variations on this idea to return whatever outputs you want.
This is described in: Ignore Function Outputs

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Kevin Esmaeili
Kevin Esmaeili on 4 Apr 2020
I understand how this concept works, but I still need the values for all 3 outputs to be stored in the workspace, it's just that I only want the first two to print to the command window

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