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twoFigs.m is an example M-file to accompany the article "Nested Functions in MATLAB" in the January 2006 issue of The MathWorks News & Notes.

twoFigs.m is an example 2-figure GUI that uses nested functions to manage the data and state. Since the data is an image, it could be large and this example shows you how to use nested functions to avoid unnecessary copies of such data. Try it with this example:

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This file contains slides from the talk I gave at the 1997 MATLAB User's Conference. It shows some programming patterns in MATLAB, relevant to version 5.0 and beyond. A few of the patterns may be suboptimal because of MATLAB changes since 1997.



sudokuGrid simply creates a conventional 9x9 Sudoku grid suitable for printing. That way, you can always be prepared to enter a puzzle and work on it, without writing directly in the newspaper.



In this code, I show how to create a clean architecture for a volume visualization engine and one example GUI that uses it. I take advantage of exporting nested functions so the GUI programmer can manipulate the visualization in ways that can be...