Write down four independent functions to be tested in several simple main programs in matlab 2019a for Windows 10, using the standard matlab functionality, without toolboxes and without the app builder; just to be run in the command-line. Write needed comments in the code, explaining each step. Use describing variable names. Avoid hard-coding.
# FUNCTION NUMBER 1: VARIABLES CHECKER
Given a list of vars name, find out the vars that exist, and create a list of vars that exists and a list of vars that not exist.
1.- List of existing vars
2.- List of vars to find
1.- List of finded vars
2.- List of not finded vars
t will be provided the source code for main program and the inicial structure of the function.
# FUNCTION NUMBER 2: FULL EXCEL FILE ANALISYS
Given an excel filename make an structure array of excel file data.
This is the structure for each worksheet:
- Index number
- Number of content cells
- Number of tables
- For each table:
Range of table cells
Number of rows of the table
Number of columns of the table
# FUNCTION NUMBER 3: DIRECTORY TREE LOADER
Given a certain path directory make a structure array of all the directories within the refered parent directory containing for each directory.
This is the structure of each directory:
- string with full path
- string with just directory name
- number of inner levels
- number of files in the directory
# FUNCTION NUMBER 4: MATLAB CODE TOOLBOX CHECKER
Given a certain text file that is a matlab program, make two data structures:
- data one: A string array:
List of Toolboxes used in the code
- data two: A table with three fields with this name and values:
-> ROW_NUMBER: row number > long
-> FUNCTION_NAME: name of special function used, separated by commas > string
-> TOOLBOX_NAME: name of toolboxes names used, separated by commas > string
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