PrerequisitesBefore starting this lesson, you should be familiar with:
Learning ObjectivesAfter completing this lesson, learners should be able to:
Understand the concept and purpose of commenting.
Comment properly what certain section of code.
When you read your code again in six months from now, you want to understand what your code does, and why. Also if you would pass your code to another person, for them to use, modify, and/or extend it. For this, you can add comments to your code, i.e. text which can be read by human, and is ignored by computer when it executes your code. In addition, you can use comment to skip certain part of the code. For example, when you wrote testing code and later no longer need those.
- Expand the activity for different platforms.
- Identify comment part or where it’s missing, and use that to understand the code.
- Try to run the codes and see if it does what you expected. If necessary, add proper comment to further explain what certain part of code does.
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MATLAB%These matlab scripts illustrate separating the foreground from the %background using a threshold value provided by the user %Prompt user for a threshold value thres_val = input('Enter a threshold value: '); % Prompt user to choose an image, e.g. xy_8bit__two_cells.tif [file, path] = uigetfile("*.tif"); %Read input image in_image = imread(fullfile(path, file)); %display input image figure; imagesc(in_image); %Binarize input image with the threshold valuein_image bin_image = uint8(in_image>= thres_val); % Display binary image figure; imagesc(bin_image);
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