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# Carl Witthoft

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 Can you clarify: does the partial sequence 1-1-0-1 force a failure? Your diagram doesn't seem to allow diagonal paths, so it seems that a single 0 or 1 causes failure. on 27 Jan 2016 on 16 Dec 2015 on 16 Dec 2015 In the spirit of troublemaking: I think the solution should accept text input, e.g. "forty-two" on 16 Dec 2015 See FileExchange's seqle . (disclaimer: I'm the author) on 9 Dec 2015 on 4 Dec 2015 Carl Witthoft submitted a Comment to Solution 492529 wtf? on 1 Dec 2015 on 1 Dec 2015 on 25 Nov 2015 Carl Witthoft submitted a Comment to Problem 42519. Sum My Indices Marginally related: my "outer.m" on FileExchange. on 25 Nov 2015 death^H^H^H^Hservings by a thousand cuts on 25 Nov 2015 on 24 Nov 2015 on 24 Nov 2015 Carl Witthoft submitted a Comment to Solution 783272 This fails, I believe, for asymmetric peaks. Try y = [0:4 , 3:-1:1,1,1,1,1,1] on 24 Nov 2015 on 24 Nov 2015 Ahh, yes. Sorry, my bad on 24 Nov 2015 on 23 Nov 2015 Carl Witthoft submitted a Comment to Solution 387795 I think it works w/ just x*[1;i] . No need to convert from a string. on 23 Nov 2015 Carl Witthoft submitted a Comment to Solution 81500 I don't know why Cody allows answers which depend on toolboxes. The whole point should be to write one's own "distance" function. on 23 Nov 2015 on 23 Nov 2015 on 23 Nov 2015 on 23 Nov 2015 You need to specify "Euclidean" distance :-) on 20 Nov 2015 on 20 Nov 2015 on 20 Nov 2015 on 20 Nov 2015 on 19 Nov 2015 on 19 Nov 2015 on 19 Nov 2015 on 19 Nov 2015 on 18 Nov 2015 on 18 Nov 2015 on 18 Nov 2015 What if there are decimals "I have \$3.25 in 4 pockets" ? Should the answer be 7.25 or 32? on 18 Nov 2015 on 18 Nov 2015 on 18 Nov 2015 on 17 Nov 2015 on 17 Nov 2015 on 17 Nov 2015 See my function "seqle" on FileExchange. It may not be as compact, but it's easy to use and both encodes and decodes. on 17 Nov 2015 on 16 Nov 2015 on 16 Nov 2015 on 16 Nov 2015 on 12 Nov 2015 on 12 Nov 2015 on 11 Nov 2015 on 11 Nov 2015
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