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Regardless of input, output the string 'yes'.

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1685 incorrect solutions

Last solution submitted on Oct 13, 2015

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Yann MONDET
on 5 Aug 2015

Test are ok on my computer with MatlabR2014a.
Why is it failed online ?

Jerry
8 hours and 12 minutes ago

haha...I laugh....

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Star0397
on 20 Jul 2015

How can this solution code have a size of 8? It's ONE LINE!

the cyclist
on 21 Jul 2015

There is a nifty trick for reducing what seems like the shortest possible solution. I don't really want to just state the trick, as it is fun to learn or discover on your own.
If you can't figure it out, I suggest that you submit a simple problem to Cody, and look at the solutions. (They will all be viewable to you, as the problem submitter.) Someone will use the trick, almost certainly.

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Aarron Erbas
on 10 May 2015

oooh yes

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Algorithm
on 29 Apr 2015

sorry i wrote that just to be able to see the solution

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Björn Skatt
on 27 Nov 2014

So wise.

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Atharva
on 23 Jan 2014

How is the size of any code reduced ??

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Patricia
on 3 Dec 2013

Can somebody explain the assert function? I have never used it.

the cyclist
on 4 Dec 2013

http://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/assert.html

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Alfonso Nieto-Castanon
on 5 Aug 2013

It seems you just have to be gentle about it ;)

Danny Murphy
on 29 Aug 2013

This is a good one!

Awadhesh Srivastava
on 8 Oct 2013

entertaining question!!

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Ajit ranjan
on 8 Dec 2012

The test suite is just amazing.....

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Franck Dernoncourt
on 29 Jan 2012

:)

Brandon
on 8 Jan 2013

Creative

Jan Orwat
on 10 Jun 2014

Accurate :)

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