Return 1 if the input is sorted from highest to lowest, 0 if not.
1:7 -> 0
[7 5 2] -> 1
umm... why is issorted not working? :<
if all(issorted(x)) == 0 & (diff(x)<0) % decreased matrix
i = 1;
It need to improve the test suite
some persons write code like numel=3
improve test suit pls elminate such type of mistakes
wrong code! As long as it's not lowest to highest, this function gives 1, which is ridiculous
Yes this solution is flawed
Find all elements less than 0 or greater than 10 and replace them with NaN
Project Euler: Problem 10, Sum of Primes
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pressure to dB?
Dancing with wolves?
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