Cody

David

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 on 4 Oct 2016 David submitted Solution 983691 to Problem 167. Pizza! on 26 Sep 2016 David received Speed Demon badge for Solution 168252 on 30 Jul 2015 on 15 Jan 2013 David submitted Solution 190804 to Problem 27. Pangrams! on 14 Jan 2013 on 14 Jan 2013 on 11 Jan 2013 on 11 Jan 2013 David liked Solution 112091 on 11 Jan 2013 on 11 Jan 2013 on 11 Jan 2013 David liked Solution 166845 on 8 Jan 2013 David liked Solution 113191 on 8 Jan 2013 on 8 Jan 2013 on 8 Jan 2013 on 8 Jan 2013 David submitted Solution 187694 to Problem 41. Cell joiner on 8 Jan 2013 on 7 Jan 2013 David submitted a Comment to Problem 1174. Wheat on a chessboard pt 2 consider using isequalwithequalnans (isequaln) against NaN instead of isequal against 'NaN' in test 7. on 7 Jan 2013 David submitted a Comment to Solution 183521 I agree. Disallow usage of PI for fairer scoring of your problem. Neat question! on 7 Jan 2013 on 7 Jan 2013 on 7 Jan 2013 David liked Solution 184695 on 7 Jan 2013 on 7 Jan 2013 on 7 Jan 2013 on 7 Jan 2013 on 4 Dec 2012 on 28 Nov 2012 on 28 Nov 2012 on 28 Nov 2012 on 28 Nov 2012 on 28 Nov 2012 on 27 Nov 2012 on 27 Nov 2012 on 27 Nov 2012 on 27 Nov 2012 on 27 Nov 2012 on 27 Nov 2012 David liked Solution 167466 on 27 Nov 2012 on 27 Nov 2012 on 27 Nov 2012 Good trial, but consider using a less revealing test suite, like: y_correct = [ -0.372281323269014 ; 5.372281323269014]; Thanks! on 27 Nov 2012 on 27 Nov 2012 David submitted a Comment to Solution 169270 Add more tests to make this question's scores more relevant! on 27 Nov 2012 on 27 Nov 2012 on 27 Nov 2012 on 27 Nov 2012 on 26 Nov 2012 on 26 Nov 2012 Not quite. You will still need to use "isequalwithequalnans" (or "isequaln" in newer versions) instead of "isequal". on 26 Nov 2012
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