Cody

Solution 2143829

Submitted on 28 Feb 2020
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Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Pass
x = [1 1 1]; y ={[],[1]}; assert(isequal(your_fcn_name(x),y))

2   Pass
x=[1]; y={[],[1]}; assert(isequal(your_fcn_name(x),y))

3   Pass
x=[1 2 3]; y ={[],[1],[2],[3],[1 2],[1 3],[2 3],[1 2 3]}; assert(isequal(your_fcn_name(x),y))

4   Pass
x=[1 1 2 3]; y ={[],[1],[2],[3],[1 2],[1 3],[2 3],[1 2 3]}; assert(isequal(your_fcn_name(x),y))

5   Pass
x=[]; y={[]}; assert(isequal(your_fcn_name(x),y))

6   Fail
x=[nan nan]; % matlab considers them non-unique, but i don't y={[],[nan]}; assert(isequalwithequalnans(your_fcn_name(x),y))

Index in position 2 is invalid. Array indices must be positive integers or logical values. Error in your_fcn_name (line 6) x = x(~isnan(x),NaN); Error in Test6 (line 3) assert(isequalwithequalnans(your_fcn_name(x),y))

7   Fail
x=[nan nan 1]; y={[],[nan],[1],[nan 1]}; assert(isequalwithequalnans(your_fcn_name(x),y))

The logical indices in position 1 contain a true value outside of the array bounds. Error in your_fcn_name (line 6) x = x(~isnan(x),NaN); Error in Test7 (line 3) assert(isequalwithequalnans(your_fcn_name(x),y))