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Test Suite

Test
Code Input and Output
1
Pass
 
clear
clc

                    
2
Fail
 
%%
list  = [     1     5
              2     1
              2     2
              3     2
              4     8
              5     4
              5     5
             10     3];
correct = [8     4     3     2     1     7     6     5];
assert(isequal(findPerfectOrderedDominoes(list),correct))
Error: Error: File: findPerfectOrderedDominoes.m Line: 3 Column: 20
The construct "order(...end...)" is ambiguous in this context,
because "order" cannot be ascertained to be either the name of a variable
or of a function.  To make it a variable, assign to it; to allow it to
become a function at execution time, replace "end" with a call to
LENGTH, SIZE, or NUMEL on the desired array.
3
Fail
 
%%
list  = [ 1     6
          2     2
          2     7
          7     1
          7     8
          8    10
         10     2
         10    10];
correct = [5     6     8     7     2     3     4     1];
assert(isequal(findPerfectOrderedDominoes(list),correct))
Error: Error: File: findPerfectOrderedDominoes.m Line: 3 Column: 20
The construct "order(...end...)" is ambiguous in this context,
because "order" cannot be ascertained to be either the name of a variable
or of a function.  To make it a variable, assign to it; to allow it to
become a function at execution time, replace "end" with a call to
LENGTH, SIZE, or NUMEL on the desired array.
4
Fail
 
%%
list  = [1     1
         1     7
         2     4
         4     6
         5     1
         6     2
         7     4
         7     5];
correct = [8     5     1     2     7     4     6     3];
assert(isequal(findPerfectOrderedDominoes(list),correct))
Error: Error: File: findPerfectOrderedDominoes.m Line: 3 Column: 20
The construct "order(...end...)" is ambiguous in this context,
because "order" cannot be ascertained to be either the name of a variable
or of a function.  To make it a variable, assign to it; to allow it to
become a function at execution time, replace "end" with a call to
LENGTH, SIZE, or NUMEL on the desired array.
5
Fail
 
%%
list  = [1    10
         3    10
         5     3
         6     9
         7     6
         8     7
         8     8
         9     1
        10     5];
correct = [7 6 5     4     8     1     9     3     2];
assert(isequal(findPerfectOrderedDominoes(list),correct))
Error: Error: File: findPerfectOrderedDominoes.m Line: 3 Column: 20
The construct "order(...end...)" is ambiguous in this context,
because "order" cannot be ascertained to be either the name of a variable
or of a function.  To make it a variable, assign to it; to allow it to
become a function at execution time, replace "end" with a call to
LENGTH, SIZE, or NUMEL on the desired array.