good for improve skill
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I feel some uncomfortableness to solve with a not mathematical method, like text processing. But it may smarter than take care of floating point, round error, etc.
hi my code works for tests 1 3 4 but not for test 2, can anyone help me?
here is my code:
function y = find_max_sigdec(x)
struggled for a bit with "format long" adding a value at 1e15.
definitely a tough problem!
Easy problem, vexing test suite. Be sure to clear the workspace (especially x) between tests!
Good problem. But don't waste your time trying to achieve size 10. It took me a couple of hours to figure out that it's just a trick using a built-in function to evaluate the program embedded within a string. This shouldn't be acceptable. The smallest solution size is probably in the 20s.
A one-liner, no strings. Not as Cody efficient as my equivalent iterative solution, though.
I wonder how solution size for this problem can be 10?
~fun with strings~
Thank you for this comment. I tried using mathematical manipulation and I could not figure it out. But strings helped me find a solution.
it is a hard problem
not sure why the format and spacing mattered on this specific problem
A tough one!
this was a very challenging problem!
Had a tough time with this one
Doubling elements in a vector
Try 1.5.4: Celsius to Fahrenheit
Generalised Hamming Number
Create a Matrix of Zeros
Divisible by 3
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