The rectangular rule is a method to discretize a continuous-time transfer function. In Matlab, this can be done using the `c2d`

function which has a default setting of using the rectangular rule.

Here's an example code snippet to forward rectangular rule to discretize a transfer function in Matlab:

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The resulting `Gd`

object will be a discrete-time transfer function that has been obtained by discretizing the original transfer function `G`

using the rectangular rule with a sampling time of `Ts`

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