I'm sure some smarter person will find a faster method!
My solution passed on the third try; there's definitely some CPU timing mismatch going on!
Agreed, some of my solutions passed only part of the time.
Hi, just wondering whether someone could help me out here. I was expanding the testset, and I was trying x = [1:10 2:11] but I got an error "Error: Dimensions of matrices being concatenated are not consistent." I then tried x = [1 2 3 4], and x = 1:4; but got the same error. On my version of MATLAB all these statements work perfectly and I believe they are basic MATLAB syntax. x = [1; 2; 3; 4] worked fine however. In the end I had to transpose the matrices.
it even cannot pass on my own computer, but....
It was too tempting...
I thought I was being original by trying this. Guess not... :-(
Clever :), hadn't thought of that!
thanks for the hint!
So many choices
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It's race time again! Write a function that is at least twice as fast as the test suite call of repmat().
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