To create a branch code depending on variable type in MATLAB, you can use the `class`

function to check the variable's class.

Here's an example code:

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In this code, `isa`

function is used to check the variable's class. The if-elseif statements will route to specific code depending on the variable type.

The `else`

statement is optional, but it will help to catch unsupported variable types and return an error message.

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