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 Malcolm Wildgoose submitted a Comment to Solution 1915445 Nice! on 29 Aug 2019 Tim submitted a Comment to Solution 1915449 Googling can supplant programming sometimes. on 29 Aug 2019 danteliujie submitted a Comment to Solution 553551 Nice! on 28 Aug 2019 math math submitted a Comment to Solution 1913368 one of the simplest task. on 27 Aug 2019 Ethan Zhang submitted a Comment to Solution 1857591 WTF on 26 Aug 2019 Ivo Georgiev submitted a Comment to Solution 1909426 tf=~any(sum(x-length(x)^2-1)+norm(x,inf)) the best on 23 Aug 2019 Eugene Avrutin submitted a Comment to Solution 1910169 why no accept on 23 Aug 2019 Eugene Avrutin submitted a Comment to Solution 1910037 this seems a bit silly on 23 Aug 2019 Jennifer Winikus submitted a Comment to Solution 402276 Looking at the test cases first will save lots of complications on 21 Aug 2019 obfish submitted a Comment to Solution 489354 wonderful on 21 Aug 2019 Daniel Cook submitted a Comment to Solution 134992 I can't believe it is this simple. lol. on 18 Aug 2019 saleh abdulmalik submitted a Comment to Solution 1812725 exactly ! on 18 Aug 2019 Guillaume submitted a Comment to Solution 1894663 The version of matlab is not going to affect the result. This solution removes punctuation from the input, so the '.' at the end of sentence in the second test is incorrectly removed. on 15 Aug 2019 Isha Desai submitted a Comment to Solution 1894663 Which version of MATLAB are you using on your desktop? I tried running your solution on MATLAB desktop version 2019a and the solution is failing with correct assertions. In order to figure out the version of MATLAB, command "ver' will get you the version. on 15 Aug 2019 Ethan Zhang submitted a Comment to Solution 1637419 Absolutely for the tests... on 11 Aug 2019 Yuumi Ozaki submitted a Comment to Solution 1895606 Why can't 71 be true? on 9 Aug 2019 Abi Bowler submitted a Comment to Solution 1894663 I've tried the assert in MATLAB on my desktop and it doesn't throw an error... so I'm not really sure where it's gone wrong here. I'm guessing it's something tiny I've missed. Any help? on 8 Aug 2019 liu xinyang submitted a Comment to Solution 1893405 This test program is wrong.To judge a leap year, you need to calculate if the following condition is satisfied mod(year,4)==0 & mod(year,100)~=0 & mod(year,400)==0. However, this team only count those years that mod(year,4)==0 on 7 Aug 2019 Manfred Germain submitted a Comment to Solution 1891250 Why is this wrong here? I checked using matlab on my laptop and it works. on 3 Aug 2019 VISHWATEJ N submitted a Comment to Solution 98447 i need the code part of 3rd test case .. can anyone help on 2 Aug 2019 Nikolaos Nikolaou submitted a Comment to Solution 1890020 Why is the test suite not visible ? Is it me (firefox display issue) or it is supposed to be that way? on 2 Aug 2019 jack walker submitted a Comment to Solution 1889988 This is confusing because the notation does not match the diagram on 2 Aug 2019 saleh abdulmalik submitted a Comment to Solution 1889760 in the test suite, test number 3 tests for vector [0 0 0 0 0] if it is monotically increasing, but in the assertion it claims it is false, meaning it is not monotically increasing, which i dont think is true. the assertion should check it as true. this is from wikipedia: [ A function is called monotonically increasing if for all x and y such that x <= y one has f(x)<=f(y) ] the (issorted) function should be enough to check for monotically increasing. on 1 Aug 2019 Ivo Georgiev submitted a Comment to Solution 1888579 Mnogo cod si napisal ;-))))) probvai tova : b = ~isempty(intersect(a,a.^2)) on 31 Jul 2019 Rudolf Csikja submitted a Comment to Solution 1887205 A nice one-liner is always good :) on 29 Jul 2019 Rudolf Csikja submitted a Comment to Solution 1887183 A nice opportunity to use toeplitz :) on 29 Jul 2019 danteliujie submitted a Comment to Solution 1294475 nice solution and comments on 29 Jul 2019 Ashish Khulbey submitted a Comment to Solution 1885342 This link can help: https://in.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/fliplr.html on 27 Jul 2019 Ashish Khulbey submitted a Comment to Solution 1885341 My solution size is at least 6 times than the leading solution. I would like to be enlightened... on 27 Jul 2019 Ashish Khulbey submitted a Comment to Solution 1884723 Problem statement itself includes the answer. on 26 Jul 2019 Ashish Khulbey submitted a Comment to Solution 1884717 Sum of an Arithmetic Progression will get this problem done. on 26 Jul 2019 Ashish Khulbey submitted a Comment to Solution 1884711 "Is the wife right?" Well definitely, 'yes'. on 26 Jul 2019 Junyi Ge submitted a Comment to Solution 1884473 keep trying on 26 Jul 2019 Junyi Ge submitted a Comment to Solution 1884463 -0-- on 26 Jul 2019 Junyi Ge submitted a Comment to Solution 1884462 no on 26 Jul 2019 Sarah Walls submitted a Comment to Solution 1882740 Why doesn't this solution work? Works just fine in my desktop program... on 24 Jul 2019 Panggah Prabawa submitted a Comment to Solution 1881463 Just convert the result to uint32 xd on 23 Jul 2019 Jann B submitted a Comment to Solution 1569750 hello, where do you find a perfect square in [20:30]? on 22 Jul 2019 Michael Price submitted a Comment to Solution 1879664 Good question on 20 Jul 2019 Paul Smits submitted a Comment to Solution 1589344 Best solution, balancing readability and short size. + on 19 Jul 2019 Rudolf Csikja submitted a Comment to Solution 1877993 Awful wording: longer and shorter side, then width and length. on 18 Jul 2019 Rudolf Csikja submitted a Comment to Solution 1877879 a nice one-liner, again on 18 Jul 2019 Rudolf Csikja submitted a Comment to Solution 1877848 nice one-liner :) on 18 Jul 2019 Rudolf Csikja submitted a Comment to Solution 1877827 nice one-liner on 18 Jul 2019 Evan submitted a Comment to Solution 1877072 Due to the use of persistent variables and the conditional statements used, this solution would fail if the test suite were modified to include two tests in a row with the same increment value. on 17 Jul 2019 lmehl submitted a Comment to Solution 1875872 LOL. Just my luck. on 16 Jul 2019 William submitted a Comment to Solution 1671361 Touche! Yes, the new examples make the more extensive comments worthwhile. on 16 Jul 2019 Chen Qian submitted a Comment to Solution 402276 This is really smart! on 15 Jul 2019 Christian Haller submitted a Comment to Solution 1872812 Lovely code! on 12 Jul 2019 jianrui fan submitted a Comment to Solution 190833 so simple and clear on 12 Jul 2019
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