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Frequency Domain submitted a Comment to Solution 290694

A collegue just told me about a DSP challenge on you tube. Level one its just too lame, so here is the link to the second level: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lbgepTiIaU

on 30 Jul 2013

Frequency Domain submitted a Comment to Solution 290694

You opened the pandora box! This destroyed my hope on a cody anti-hacking framework... :'( This solutions means two things: 1 - Mathworks guys will have a hard-time shielding cody (if they dare to); 2 - Matlab is such a beautiful highly-customizable piece of software!

on 29 Jul 2013

Frequency Domain liked Solution 290694

on 29 Jul 2013

Frequency Domain submitted a Comment to Problem 1753. Calculate FFT

:)

on 29 Jul 2013

Frequency Domain submitted a Comment to Solution 291312

Nice one! Did not knew that worked!

on 29 Jul 2013

Frequency Domain submitted a Comment to Problem 1747. Get me! v3

Here you go: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/cody/problems/1752-get-me-v4-cody-hacking-challenge

on 26 Jul 2013

Frequency Domain submitted a Comment to Solution 289804

Genius!

on 26 Jul 2013

Frequency Domain submitted a Comment to Problem 1749. Factorial !

I dont understand what you wanted to do with your test no.4. why dont you just check our answer against the actual factorial, instead of hard coding (truncated) numbers?

on 25 Jul 2013

Frequency Domain submitted a Comment to Solution 289168

Nice! This is what I was thinking about.

on 25 Jul 2013

Frequency Domain submitted a Comment to Solution 289339

Meanwhile I found that it is possible to do this! This is going too far!

on 25 Jul 2013

Frequency Domain submitted a Comment to Solution 288779

You just taught me a new function, though! Thanks :)

on 24 Jul 2013

Frequency Domain submitted a Comment to Solution 288779

(Sorry for excluding str2func now. I want players to go deeper)

on 24 Jul 2013

Frequency Domain submitted a Comment to Solution 288787

Nice 'for'! Sometimes I simply forget to use that!

on 24 Jul 2013