The use of a function specified as function handle enables MATLAB to provide important information to your callback function. Graphics callback functions must accept at least two input arguments: For example, define a callback function called lineCallback for the lines created by.
Callback function execution might be delayed if the callback involves a CPU-intensive task, or if MATLAB® software is processing another task. Callback functions require at least two input arguments: In addition to these two required input arguments, you can also specify.
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A callback is a function that executes in response to some predefined user action, such as clicking on a graphics object or closing a figure window.
In this example we see how to use callback functions in the Parallel Computing Toolbox™ to notify us when a task has completed and to update graphics when.
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All event types have an associated callback property. Callback functions are MATLAB® functions that you construct to suit your specific application needs.