< Puzzler: Running it twice < Previous Debugging is faster with save... >Next > using temporary variables Posted by Doug Hull, June 25, 2010 7 views (last 30 days) | 0 Likes | 12 comments Even though you can have the output of one function act as the input to another directly, this can be confusing to read. Sometimes, using temporary variable will allow you to clarify your code. | You are now following this blog post You will see updates in your activity feed. You may receive emails, depending on your notification preferences. Close Category: Format: Video, Level: Basic < Puzzler: Running it twice < Previous Debugging is faster with save... >Next > See Also Using Variable Highlighting to Help with Organizing Code Blogs Formatting code for readability Blogs Nested Functions and Variable Scope Blogs clearClassesButSave.m Storage of Temporary Files save_to_base Comments To leave a comment, please click here to sign in to your MathWorks Account or create a new one.