Cody

Problem 29. Nearest Numbers

Solution 314695

Submitted on 3 Sep 2013 by Sebastian
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Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Pass
%% A = [30 46 16 -46 35 44 18 26 25 -10]; correct = [8 9]; [i1 i2] = nearestNumbers(A); assert(isequal([i1 i2],correct))

index = 9 8 index1 = 8 index2 = 9

2   Pass
%% A = [1555 -3288 2061 -4681 -2230 -4538 -4028 3235 1949 -1829]; correct = [3 9]; [i1 i2] = nearestNumbers(A); assert(isequal([i1 i2],correct))

index = 9 3 index1 = 3 index2 = 9

3   Pass
%% A = [-1 1 10 -10]; correct = [1 2]; [i1 i2] = nearestNumbers(A); assert(isequal([i1 i2],correct))

index = 1 2 index1 = 1 index2 = 2

4   Pass
%% A = [0 1000 -2000 1001 0]; correct = [1 5]; [i1 i2] = nearestNumbers(A); assert(isequal([i1 i2],correct))

index = 1 5 1 5 index1 = 1 index2 = 5

5   Pass
%% A = [1:1000 0.5]; correct = [1 1001]; [i1 i2] = nearestNumbers(A); assert(isequal([i1 i2],correct))

index = 1001 1 index1 = 1 index2 = 1001

6   Pass
%% % Area codes A = [847 217 508 312 212]; correct = [2 5]; [i1 i2] = nearestNumbers(A); assert(isequal([i1 i2],correct))

index = 5 2 index1 = 2 index2 = 5

7   Pass
%% % Zip codes A = [60048 61802 01702 60601 10001]; correct = [1 4]; [i1 i2] = nearestNumbers(A); assert(isequal([i1 i2],correct))

index = 1 4 index1 = 1 index2 = 4

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