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Solution 355044

Submitted on 18 Nov 2013 by James

Correct

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Test Suite

Test
Code Input and Output
1
Pass
 
%%
x = [1 0 0 2 0];
y_correct = [1 1 1 2 2];
assert(isequal(bleed_to_the_right(x),y_correct))
filetext = fileread('bleed_to_the_right.m');
assert(isempty(strfind(filetext, 'regexp')),'regexp* command is forbidden')
assert(isempty(strfind(filetext, 'eval')),'eval* command is forbidden')
assert(isempty(strfind(filetext, 'inline')),'inline command is forbidden')
first_non_zero =
     1
2
Pass
 
%%
x = [0 0 -12 13 0 i 0 -i 76.54321 0 0];
y_correct = [0 0 -12 13 13 i i -i 76.54321 76.54321 76.54321];
assert(isequal(bleed_to_the_right(x),y_correct))
first_non_zero =
     3
3
Pass
 
%%
x = [1:100 0];
y_correct = [1:100 100];
assert(isequal(bleed_to_the_right(x),y_correct))
first_non_zero =
     1
4
Pass
 
%%
x = rand(1,1000);
x(randi(500,1,50)*2) = 0;
y_correct = x;
y_correct(~y_correct) = y_correct(find(~y_correct)-1);
assert(isequal(bleed_to_the_right(x),y_correct))
first_non_zero =
     1
5
Pass
 
%%
x = sqrt(1:100);
y_correct = floor(x);
x(x~=floor(x)) = 0;
assert(isequal(bleed_to_the_right(x),y_correct))
first_non_zero =
     1