Error: Attempt to execute SCRIPT linspace as a function - How to revert linspace to original?

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10B 2015 年 11 月 19 日
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Hello Community,
I am trying to use imsharpen, following the examples in the help doc. Unfortunately, I get the following error about linspace when I call imsharpen:
Attempt to execute SCRIPT linspace as a function:
C:\Users\10B\MatlabFiles\Mets\Ph 1\linspace.m
Error in applycurve (line 63)
samples = linspace(0.0, 1.0, clength)';
Error in applymattrc_fwd (line 30)
rgb(:, i) = applycurve(in(:, i), TRC{i}, 0, 'spline'); %#ok<AGROW>
Error in applycform (line 88)
out = c.c_func(columndata, cdata{:});
Error in applycformsequence (line 11)
out = applycform(out, cforms{k});
Error in applycform (line 88)
out = c.c_func(columndata, cdata{:});
Error in applycformsequence (line 11)
out = applycform(out, cforms{k});
Error in applycform (line 88)
out = c.c_func(columndata, cdata{:});
Error in imsharpen>convertRGB2Lab (line 173)
I = applycform(I, cform);
Error in imsharpen (line 88)
[A, classA] = convertRGB2Lab(A);
I think that somehow in the past I have created a linspace.m file (not intentionally) due to the filepath shown above, and this is the script that Matlab is trying to call.
So, how can I revert linspace back to the original form? Or am I doing something else wrong/missing something?
Regards,
10B

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson 2015 年 11 月 19 日
Delete C:\Users\10B\MatlabFiles\Mets\Ph 1\linspace.m
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10B 2015 年 11 月 19 日
A good tip Steven, thanks.

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