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# Problem 689. Sort an array of structures

Solution 1250377

Submitted on 12 Aug 2017
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### Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Fail
a.n=1; a.name='a'; b.n=3; b.name='b'; c.n=2; c.name='c'; array = [a b c] % solution based on the first numeric field : array_sorted = [a c b] assert(isequal(your_fcn_name(array),array_sorted))

array = 1×3 struct array with fields: n name array_sorted = 1×3 struct array with fields: n name

Reference to non-existent field 'age'. Error in your_fcn_name (line 2) if array.age == 33 Error in Test1 (line 12) assert(isequal(your_fcn_name(array),array_sorted))

2   Fail
s1.age = 33 s1.name = 'aurelien' s2.age = 25 s2.name = 'jeanpierre' array = [s1 s2 ] % solution based on the first numeric field : array_sorted = [s2 s1] assert(isequal(your_fcn_name(array),array_sorted))

s1 = struct with fields: age: 33 s1 = struct with fields: age: 33 name: 'aurelien' s2 = struct with fields: age: 25 s2 = struct with fields: age: 25 name: 'jeanpierre' array = 1×2 struct array with fields: age name array_sorted = 1×2 struct array with fields: age name

Error using == Too many input arguments. Error in your_fcn_name (line 2) if array.age == 33 Error in Test2 (line 10) assert(isequal(your_fcn_name(array),array_sorted))