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Is there a way to create a function returning an array of «big» values in a function and «small» values in another?

Is there a way to create a function in Matlab that returns «small» values in a function?
Something like:
f(a)=small_value_of_a

Would be fine, but is there a way to generalise it and return as a function, an array of values, some of which are small and some of which are big?
Something like:
f=some_func_generating_values(a_function_output_array,some_range_of_values)

I couldn’t find it in the documentation.

A:

You can use arrayfun for this.
You give it a function as the first input (you could just as well give it a string and it will substitute that), but the second input is a vector or matrix representing the small values, and the third input is the big values:
f = arrayfun(@(t)t^2, [-2*ones(2,1), 2*ones(2,1), ones(2,1)], ‘UniformOutput’, false);
f

ans =

-8 4 8

I gave arrayfun that strange function that multiplies everything by 2 in the output. You could just as well have given arrayfun the identity function, but since the second input is a vector, we need to be a bit more generic.
If the big values are always going to be double, but the small values are of any type, you can simply replace the ones with a custom function, such as:
f = arrayfun(@(t)t^2, @(x)my_double_ones(2, x), ‘UniformOutput’, false);

The idea is the same as before.

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How do I tell the difference between compiler-generated and manual overloads?

I have code that does some utility-type things for me. This code is part of a module that I have created. The intent is that it will be applied to every class that is introduced.
I have a class, ClassWithParams, that has a method with this signature:
public function getParams()
{
if (!is_object($this)) {
throw new Exception(‘Not an object.’);
}

$this->params;
}

There are two overloads of this method:
protected function getParams()
{
if (!is_object($this)) {
throw new Exception(‘Not an object.’);
}
}

public function getParams()
{
if (!is_object($this)) {
throw new Exception(‘Not an object.’);
}

$this->params;
}

The intent is that when I get a call to getParams(), which should be created by this method, that I am comparing $this to a parameter that was passed to the constructor of the object being accessed.
I want my class to automatically check $this for the correct type and call the correct method. For example, in the first case, I want it to call the overload that takes no parameters. In the second case, I want it to call the overload that is taking a parameter.
The problem is that I can’t figure out how to tell if the method being called is being generated by the compiler or an explicitly defined overload that exists in my class.
This is the code that I have that is attempting to call the correct method based on the type of $this:
private function doStuff()
{
$this->getParams();
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