You can use anonymous functions in MATLAB® code intended for code generation. For example, you can generate code for the following MATLAB code that defines an anonymous function that finds the square of a number.
sqr = @(x) x.^2; a = sqr(5);
Anonymous functions are useful for creating a function handle
to pass to a MATLAB function that evaluates an expression over
a range of values. For example, this MATLAB code uses an anonymous
function to create the input to the
b = 2; c = 3.5; x = fzero(@(x) x^3 + b*x + c,0);
Anonymous functions have the code generation limitations of value classes and cell arrays.
You can use anonymous functions in a MATLAB Function block. You cannot use anonymous functions for Simulink® signals, parameters, or data store memory.