Generate a Smile…Maybe
Brett's Pick this week is "Random Face Generator", by Joseph Hollmann.
I wrote today's post in advance. I fully expect that, when this goes live on Friday morning, I will be sitting on a tropical beach in the Dominican Republic, sipping umbrella drinks and contemplating the crystal clear cerulean water.
So, in the spirit of Spring Break and focusing on family fun, a bit of frivolity for today's Pick.
Joseph's submission doesn't really do anything of a practical nature, but it does make you smile. As he says in the preamble to his code, randomfacegenerator "generates a randomly created face and plots it....nothing else."
I have one suggestion for improvement. Calling the figure command in the function is probably unnecessary; you can easily end up with many open figures before you know it. I would suggest replacing the lines:
figure; set(gcf,'name','Your New Face');
with a call to togglefig:
togglefig('Your New Face')
(That is, if a figure named "Your New Face" exists, activate and reuse it. Otherwise, create it.) No inputs required:
while ~strcmp(get(gcf,'currentcharacter'),'s') randomfacegenerator pause(0.5); end
Thanks for putting me in vacation mode a day early, Joseph!
As always, I welcome your thoughts and comments. Or leave feedback for Joseph here.
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