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Solution 259510

Submitted on 11 Jun 2013 by Suman Saha

Correct

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Test Suite

Test
Code Input and Output
1
Pass
 
%% positive integers
x = 5;
assert(isequal(unique(rand_plusminus1(x)),[-1;1]))
[Warning: This is an obsolete function and may be removed in the future. Please use RANDI instead.]
[> In randint at 41
  In rand_plusminus1 at 2
  In verifyCode>evaluateCode at 227
  In verifyCode at 40
  In fevalJSON at 14
  In workspacefunc at 7]
ans =
     []
2
Pass
 
%% one element
x = 1;
assert(isequal(abs(rand_plusminus1(x)),1))
[Warning: This is an obsolete function and may be removed in the future. Please use RANDI instead.]
[> In randint at 41
  In rand_plusminus1 at 2
  In verifyCode>evaluateCode at 227
  In verifyCode at 40
  In fevalJSON at 14
  In workspacefunc at 7]
ans =
     []
3
Pass
 
%% zero => empty matrix
x = 0;
assert(isequal(rand_plusminus1(x),[]))
[Warning: This is an obsolete function and may be removed in the future. Please use RANDI instead.]
[> In randint at 41
  In rand_plusminus1 at 2
  In verifyCode>evaluateCode at 227
  In verifyCode at 40
  In fevalJSON at 14
  In workspacefunc at 7]
ans =
     []
4
Pass
 
%% positive integers
x = 999;
assert(isequal(unique(rand_plusminus1(x)),[-1;1]))
[Warning: This is an obsolete function and may be removed in the future. Please use RANDI instead.]
[> In randint at 41
  In rand_plusminus1 at 2
  In verifyCode>evaluateCode at 227
  In verifyCode at 40
  In fevalJSON at 14
  In workspacefunc at 7]
ans =
     []