In honor of this being the 500th Community problem, see if you can create a function that has a Cody size of 500. It can do anything you want it to do. If it has a size of 500, it passes.
Interesting that some cases with a size of 500 are being rejected. It looks like you need to keep the function statement constant as Cody500(x) to get credit for the solution. Changing the function call to Cody500() or Cody500(a,b) seems to make it incorrect, even if your function has the proper size. Any thoughts from people who know way more about this sort of thing than I do?
It worked for me with "function y = Cody500(x, y, z)" in Solution 1282868.
Small enough so that it can be viewed in full in the solution list without expanding its window (by clicking on 'more') or scrolling to the right.
Project Euler: Problem 7, Nth prime
Who knows the last digit of pi?
Duplicate each element of a vector.
S-T-R-E-T-C-H I-T O-U-T
Should Mr McNugget even get out of bed today?
Circular Primes (based on Project Euler, problem 35)
Points on a Sphere
Give me Hamming on five, hold the mayo
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