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      numeric.interpolant: added new evaluation function interpolant.eval that... · 6bdd7970
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      numeric.interpolant: added new evaluation function interpolant.eval that bevaves the same way as the griddedInterpolant. I.e., only if the arguments are passed in a cell array, they are interpreted as grid. If they are passed as a list, they need to have the same length and are evaluated pairwise.
      Patching the existing evaluate function is considered as not recommendable due to the missing downward compatibility.
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