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caed20 submitted Solution 1354945 to Problem 584. middleAsColumn: Return all but first and last element as a column vector

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Gian Marco Medda submitted Solution 1354939 to Problem 189. Sum all integers from 1 to 2^n

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caed20 submitted Solution 1354937 to Problem 528. Find the largest value in the 3D matrix

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Erik Luiten submitted Solution 1354934 to Problem 44412. Decoder Ring

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Devendra Chaudhari submitted Solution 1354931 to Problem 2814. Remove the Zero

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Robert Uhlig submitted Solution 1354929 to Problem 57. Summing Digits within Text

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Devendra Chaudhari submitted Solution 1354919 to Problem 2814. Remove the Zero

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Gian Marco Medda submitted Solution 1354918 to Problem 106. Weighted average

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Alfonso Nieto-Castanon submitted a Comment to Problem 44340. Recaman Sequence - III

David sequence examples are incorrect, the series cannot have repeated 1's (by definition, it is possible to have repeated elements but not repeated 1's). For example, the sequence starting with 1 would be [1 2 4 7 3 8 14 21 13 22 12 23 11] instead of [1, 2, 4, 1, 5,10, 4,11, 3,12, 2,13,1] as David suggests (e.g. after [1 2 4], 4-3 appears already in the sequence so it jumps to 4+3 instead)

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