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question about going out from internal function to main script

Asked by ahmed
on 14 Sep 2013
Hello Everybody ;
I have 3 functions intertwined like that
x= function1(y)
.
.
w=function2(z)
.
.
e=function3(m)
.
.
end
end
end
so my question is , i want to go out from function3(or the main script) to function1 without passing through function2, i know that (return) make me go out from function3 to function2 but this is not what i want.
so any help here

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Do you mean:
function x = function1(y)
...
function w = function2(z)
etc
? In the original code, there are not "3 functions", but only 1.

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Answer by Chetan Rawal on 14 Sep 2013

I would rather create sub-functions and call them the way you want. The nested function structure you have right now may make it hard for the kind of flow you want. This link may help you.

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Answer by Image Analyst
on 14 Sep 2013

Just get rid of the "end"s and list them all in a single file one after the other. The way you have it now, they're nested which you say you don't want. Or if you really want to keep the "end"s you can, just don't put the functions inside each other, list them one at a time, one after the other, like
function function1()
% code
end
function function2()
% code
end
function function3()
% code
end

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