Cody

# Problem 44479. Friday or not

Solution 1404401

Submitted on 4 Jan 2018
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### Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Pass
D = '5-Jan-2018'; y_correct = 1; assert(isequal(Fri(D),y_correct))

2   Pass
D = '09/09/2019'; y_correct = 0; assert(isequal(Fri(D),y_correct))

[Warning: The format 'dd/mm/yyyy' contains a field for minute (m) in what appears to be a date portion. You might have intended to use the symbol for month (M) rather than for minute (m). See the datetime.Format property for a complete description of the identifiers used in format character vectors.]

3   Pass
D = '2000-01-01'; y_correct = 0; assert(isequal(Fri(D),y_correct))

[Warning: The format 'dd/mm/yyyy' contains a field for minute (m) in what appears to be a date portion. You might have intended to use the symbol for month (M) rather than for minute (m). See the datetime.Format property for a complete description of the identifiers used in format character vectors.] [Warning: The format 'yyyy-mm-dd' contains a field for minute (m) in what appears to be a date portion. You might have intended to use the symbol for month (M) rather than for minute (m). See the datetime.Format property for a complete description of the identifiers used in format character vectors.]

4   Fail
D = '2020-12-25'; y_correct = 1; assert(isequal(Fri(D),y_correct))

[Warning: The format 'dd/mm/yyyy' contains a field for minute (m) in what appears to be a date portion. You might have intended to use the symbol for month (M) rather than for minute (m). See the datetime.Format property for a complete description of the identifiers used in format character vectors.] [Warning: The format 'yyyy-mm-dd' contains a field for minute (m) in what appears to be a date portion. You might have intended to use the symbol for month (M) rather than for minute (m). See the datetime.Format property for a complete description of the identifiers used in format character vectors.]

Assertion failed.