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candidate function template not viable: requires 3 arguments, but 5 were provided

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the error are  :

 note: candidate function template not viable: requires 3 arguments, but 5 were provided
void dut_mmult_accel_core (

sorce/main.cpp:645:2: error: no matching function for call to 'dut_mmult_accel_core'
        dut_mmult_accel_core <float, 60, 1*60, 4, 5, 5>(in_stream, out_stream, predict_label1_hw_trig,precision1_hw_trig,prob_estimates_t1_hw_trig);
        ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 

`dut_mmult_accel_core <float, 60, 1*60, 4, 5, 5>(in_stream, out_stream, predict_label1_hw_trig,precision1_hw_trig,prob_estimates_t1_hw_trig);`
where (predict_label1_hw_trig,precision1_hw_trig,prob_estimates_t1_hw_trig):output
```
template <typename T, int DIM1,int DIM2,int DIMa,int DIMb,int DIMc,int DIMd,int DIMe,int DIMf, int SIZE, int U, int TI, int TD>
void dut_mmult_accel_core (
    AXI_VAL in_stream[SIZE],
    AXI_VAL out_stream[3*SIZE],
    //volatile ap_uint<1> *hw_trig)
     volatile   ap_uint<1> *predict_label1_hw_trig;
     volatile    ap_uint<1> *precision1_hw_trig;
     volatile    ap_uint<1> *prob_estimates_t1_hw;
{

// Map ports to Vivado HLS interfaces
#pragma HLS INTERFACE ap_fifo port=in_stream
#pragma HLS INTERFACE ap_fifo port=out_stream

    // Map HLS ports to AXI interfaces
#pragma HLS RESOURCE variable=in_stream  core=AXIS metadata="-bus_bundle INPUT_STREAM"
#pragma HLS RESOURCE variable=out_stream core=AXIS metadata="-bus_bundle OUTPUT_STREAM"
#pragma HLS RESOURCE variable=return core=AXI4LiteS metadata="-bus_bundle CONTROL_BUS"

    ap_uint<1> logic_zero = 0;
    ap_uint<1> logic_one = 1;
    T LabelS [DIM1][DIM2];
    T out predict_label1[DIMa][DIMb];
    T out precision1[DIMc][DIMd];
    T out prob_estimates_t1[DIMe][DIMf];
    
    

    *predict_label1_trig = logic_zero;
    *precision1_trig = logic_zero;
    *prob_estimates_t1_trig = logic_zero;
    
    assert(sizeof(T)*8 == 32);
    
    *predict_label1_trig = logic_one;
    *precision1_trig = logic_one;
    *prob_estimates_t1_trig = logic_one;
```


 

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