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Problem 93. Calculate the Levenshtein distance between two strings

Solution 1940250

Submitted on 17 Sep 2019 at 17:48
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Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Fail
s1 = 'kitten'; s2 = 'sitting'; d_correct = 3; assert(isequal(levenshtein(s1,s2),d_correct))

count = 3

Output argument "d" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "levenshtein". Error in Test1 (line 5) assert(isequal(levenshtein(s1,s2),d_correct))

2   Fail
s1 = 'Saturday'; s2 = 'Sunday'; d_correct = 3; assert(isequal(levenshtein(s1,s2),d_correct))

count = 7

Output argument "d" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "levenshtein". Error in Test2 (line 4) assert(isequal(levenshtein(s1,s2),d_correct))

3   Fail
s1 = 'MATLAB rocks!'; s2 = 'MathWorks'; d_correct = 9; assert(isequal(levenshtein(s1,s2),d_correct))

count = 12

Output argument "d" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "levenshtein". Error in Test3 (line 4) assert(isequal(levenshtein(s1,s2),d_correct))

4   Fail
s1 = 'Four score and seven years ago'; s2 = 'Eighty seven years before today'; d_correct = 25; assert(isequal(levenshtein(s1,s2),d_correct))

count = 31

Output argument "d" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "levenshtein". Error in Test4 (line 4) assert(isequal(levenshtein(s1,s2),d_correct))

5   Fail
s1 = 'Row row row your boat'; s2 = 'Gently down the stream'; d_correct = 18; assert(isequal(levenshtein(s1,s2),d_correct))

count = 21

Output argument "d" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "levenshtein". Error in Test5 (line 4) assert(isequal(levenshtein(s1,s2),d_correct))

6   Fail
s1 = 'ninety-nine bottles of beer on the wall'; s2 = 'eighty-six bottles of beer on the wall'; d_correct = 6; assert(isequal(levenshtein(s1,s2),d_correct))

count = 31

Output argument "d" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "levenshtein". Error in Test6 (line 4) assert(isequal(levenshtein(s1,s2),d_correct))

7   Fail
s1 = 'these are the times that try men''s souls'; s2 = 'soulwise, these are trying times'; d_correct = 27; assert(isequal(levenshtein(s1,s2),d_correct))

count = 32

Output argument "d" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "levenshtein". Error in Test7 (line 4) assert(isequal(levenshtein(s1,s2),d_correct))