Is there a good reason for choosing assert() over an if condition with an error?
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Stephen23 2022 年 5 月 4 日
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"Is easier reading/fewer lines the only goal?"
Why call two operators when you can call just one?
It certainly can make the intent clearer: ASSERT makes it clear that no other actions are intended/possible. In my quick internet search just now (not MATLAB specific), the general consensus seems to be that ASSERT should be used (much like its name implies) at particular points in code where certain condition/s must be met for the code to work. In contrast, an IF certainly implies that some other action might be performed at the programmers discretion.
My observation: ASSERT tends to be underused in MATLAB.
My recommendation: use whichever one makes your code look best and easier to read.