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Óscar submitted a Comment to Solution 475438

This is the solution I was looking for. I think it ends this "unintended" hacking series, :-(

on 20 Jul 2014

Óscar submitted a Comment to Solution 475434

So classy

on 20 Jul 2014

Óscar submitted a Comment to Solution 475381

Good work to improve the test suite. But I have to say it can be solved the proper way. Yes, it seems impossible but the third value of "x" is still, surprisingly, out there. What is @()1 used for?

on 19 Jul 2014

Óscar submitted a Comment to Solution 475011

Next one is out! http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/cody/problems/2449-back-to-the-future-ii

on 19 Jul 2014

Óscar submitted a Comment to Solution 475011

The code is actually doing what it says it is doing, nothing fancy in there. But you are right, for the next one I will take the approach in [Alfnie1969]. Thanks!

on 19 Jul 2014

Óscar submitted Problem 2448. Back to the future to Community

on 18 Jul 2014

Óscar submitted a Comment to Problem 2443. Clear functions with the same name in different packages independently

That is true. But Cody is running on Unix. Anyhow, I have modified the test suite to be platform independent.

on 18 Jul 2014

Óscar liked Solution 474477

on 18 Jul 2014

Óscar submitted a Comment to Problem 2443. Clear functions with the same name in different packages independently

Just a little hint: I bet you can solve it in your own computer without changing the test suite.

on 18 Jul 2014

Óscar submitted a Comment to Problem 2443. Clear functions with the same name in different packages independently

Someone already solved it yesterday. If I tell you how to solve that obstacle, I would make it a lot easier.

on 18 Jul 2014

Óscar submitted a Comment to Problem 2443. Clear functions with the same name in different packages independently

It works for me. It may be a little tricky.

on 17 Jul 2014

Óscar submitted Solution 289228 to Problem 1746. Get me! v2

on 25 Jul 2013

Óscar submitted a Comment to Problem 1747. Get me! v3

Waiting for Get me! v4, ;-P

on 25 Jul 2013

Óscar liked Problem 1747. Get me! v3

on 25 Jul 2013

Óscar submitted Solution 289168 to Problem 1747. Get me! v3

on 25 Jul 2013

Óscar submitted Solution 289126 to Problem 1747. Get me! v3

on 25 Jul 2013

Óscar received Speed Demon badge for Solution 288261

on 24 Jul 2013

Óscar submitted Solution 288261 to Problem 1745. Get me!

on 24 Jul 2013

Óscar liked Solution 184498

on 3 Jan 2013

Óscar submitted a Comment to Solution 184498

Thank you for your hints! I'll see what to add to "Now! (Anticheating version 2)", I would not like to block file i/o.

on 3 Jan 2013

Óscar submitted a Comment to Solution 184498

Very well done! That was the solution I was expecting.

on 3 Jan 2013

Óscar submitted a Comment to Solution 128388

Honestly, right now I find it hard to read as well. 49 is the decimal representation of the ASCII character '1' (type +'1' in the Matlab Command Window).

on 13 Dec 2012

Óscar submitted a Comment to Solution 126044

The metric used to evaluate the performance of a solution is http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/34754-calculate-size As you can see if you inspect the code, it has nothing to do with speed or memory. That is why I proposed this solution, in order to show that you can become the leader with a code that is not efficient at all, either in execution speed or in memory use. Although I think the idea of Cody is great and challenging I believe that the metric that is used nowadays should be rethought.

on 7 Dec 2012

Óscar submitted a Comment to Problem 907. Now! (Anticheating version 1)

Congrats, you found a way... but not the one I was expecting. Someone called "game" is preventing you from passing the test suite. "game" is somehow stored in memory (see "inmem"). Try unloading it. Hope this helps

on 2 Dec 2012

Óscar submitted a Comment to Solution 128360

It is a MEX file function called by sortrows. Check it out in the sortrows source code.

on 27 Sep 2012

Óscar submitted a Comment to Problem 907. Now! (Anticheating version 1)

Everything is IN MEMory

on 6 Sep 2012

Óscar submitted Solution 132824 to Problem 76. De-dupe

on 30 Aug 2012

Óscar submitted Solution 132823 to Problem 76. De-dupe

on 30 Aug 2012

Óscar submitted Solution 132821 to Problem 76. De-dupe

on 30 Aug 2012

Óscar submitted a Comment to Problem 379. Chromatic Tuner

Nice problem, specially when coming from Austin, Live Music Capital of the World.

on 24 Aug 2012

Óscar submitted a Comment to Problem 907. Now! (Anticheating version 1)

Everything is in memory

on 23 Aug 2012

Óscar submitted Solution 128684 to Problem 125. Remove DC

on 17 Aug 2012

Óscar submitted Solution 128404 to Problem 35. Quote Doubler

on 17 Aug 2012