First, we define a function \(f(x,y)=x+2y\) and play around with it. We assign \(y=1\) so that we can use either one or two arguments for the function. Note that reassign values of \(x, y\) won't affect the function in any way. See the following code and output:

Exception handling - first example:

A modified version and output (the case that the file exist)

Anonymous Function

Example: apply function to an array. See the following code and output.

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