a programmer had too much coffee and his boss needs cos(alpha+beta) correctly, especially when alpha or beta are close to pi/2 and the coffee is close to ninety degrees. A hint: sin() may be appropriate for some input, without committing any sin!!
still trying to figure it out... did you use some combination of evalin('caller','cleanCellCode',...); evalin('caller','pass',...); in your evaluation suite? otherwise, care to provide a hint?
a hint: sin() may be appropriate for some input!!
guessed about overloading, but I am curious, how do you get those bits of code not showing up on your test suite? (also, unrelated, it is a strange world where cos(pi/4+pi/4)=1/sqrt(2)...)
or perhaps there is just some issue with the cody machinery today, some of the 'valid' solutions seem rather 'invalid', and the size computation just plain strange...
Actually, I like the problem, but don't understand this particular solution.
Arrange Vector in descending order
Is this matrix orthogonal?
Getting logical indexes
Remove the two elements next to NaN value
Say something funny
Check if any duplicates in your data
Multiply a column by a row
peta to nano (x-ray)
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