# How to automatically accommodate the MF in the assigned range and not all stay in the same position in Fuzzylogicdesigner

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Answered: Sam Chak on 3 Feb 2023
I want to use the new fuzzy interface, but a function to add several mf at the same time is not possible and in turn does not fit me along my assigned range as in the previous version

Sam Chak on 3 Feb 2023
If there are not too many MFs, can consider writing a brief script to flexibly design the MFs as you wish.
You can also check for various types of MFs here:
fis = mamfis;
% Input 1
fis = addInput(fis, [-1 +1], 'Name', 'in1');
fis = addMF(fis, 'in1', 'trimf', [-2 -1 0], 'Name', 'N');
fis = addMF(fis, 'in1', 'trimf', [-1 0 1], 'Name', 'Z');
fis = addMF(fis, 'in1', 'trimf', [ 0 1 2], 'Name', 'P');
% Input 2
fis = addInput(fis, [-1 +1], 'Name', 'in2');
fis = addMF(fis, 'in2', 'trimf', [-1 -1.00 -0.25], 'Name', 'NB');
fis = addMF(fis, 'in2', 'trimf', [-1.00 -0.25 0], 'Name', 'NS');
fis = addMF(fis, 'in2', 'trimf', [-0.25 0 0.25], 'Name', 'Z' );
fis = addMF(fis, 'in2', 'trimf', [ 0 0.25 1.00], 'Name', 'PS');
fis = addMF(fis, 'in2', 'trimf', [ 0.25 1.00 1], 'Name', 'PB');
% Plots
subplot(2,1,1)
plotmf(fis, 'input', 1), grid on, title('Input 1')
subplot(2,1,2)
plotmf(fis, 'input', 2), grid on, title('Input 2')

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