Store a series of numbers into a 4 by 4 matrix, starting with the first few positions going right and down, and leaving the rest of the matrix filled with NaN.
So if A = [1 2 3 4 4 5]
B = [ 1 2 3 4;
4 5 NaN NaN;
NaN NaN NaN NaN;
NaN NaN NaN NaN]
Unless something has changed in the newest version of MATLAB, isequal doesn't work with NaNs.
Nan will be studied in the UICBioE240 9.79. Be patient...
I think test suite should use assert(isequalwithequalnans(y,y_correct))
ans = 0
ans = 1
Implement a ROT13 cipher
The Hitchhiker's Guide to MATLAB
Multiply a column by a row
Arrange vector in ascending order
Matrix with different incremental runs
UICBioE240 problem 1.8
UICBioE240 problem 1.1
UICBioE240 problem 1.13
UICBioE240 problem 1.3
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