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James submitted a Comment to Solution 1073584

I'm not sure this would work if there is a 0 in x...

on 2 Feb 2017

James submitted Solution 1114717 to Problem 43701. wipe out!

on 2 Feb 2017

James submitted Solution 1114715 to Problem 43701. wipe out!

on 2 Feb 2017

James submitted a Comment to Problem 43708. Replace all odd numbers with NaN

Peng, the problem with deleting your own comments has been an issue for three or four years now. I didn't realize that Unlike isn't working either, though.

on 2 Feb 2017

James submitted a Comment to Solution 1076684

I didn't realize you could use that command on strings. Good to know.

on 1 Feb 2017

James submitted a Comment to Solution 1110620

Interesting. I didn't know there could be more than one person with the same Cody name.

on 27 Jan 2017

James submitted a Comment to Solution 1110996

Any chance you could make the test suite see if the numbers are actually random? :-)

on 26 Jan 2017

James submitted Solution 1110363 to Problem 44033. row removal

on 25 Jan 2017

James submitted Solution 1110362 to Problem 44033. row removal

on 25 Jan 2017

James submitted Solution 1110361 to Problem 44033. row removal

on 25 Jan 2017

James submitted Solution 1110360 to Problem 44033. row removal

on 25 Jan 2017

James submitted a Comment to Solution 1077095

Sorry for the double comment, but I can't delete the one I posted under my solution. I'm also curious about the test suite, Binbin. I'm not quite sure why my solution of "y = diff([x+1 1]);" fails the first test suite. I don't see any of the forbidden words in there.

on 24 Jan 2017

James submitted a Comment to Solution 1109801

I'm also curious about the test suite, Binbin. I'm not quite sure why y = diff([x+1 1]); fails the test suite.

on 24 Jan 2017

James submitted a Comment to Problem 43804. Rankine to Kelvin Converter

The test suite, as it currently is, is asking for the temperature in Celsius. The first problem is Ra = 0; C_correct = -273.15; That's the temperature in C, not K. Ra=0 translates to K=0, as both of those temperatures are absolute zero. (Bonus Pedantic note - It's just Kelvin, not degrees Kelvin.)

on 24 Jan 2017

James submitted Solution 1109787 to Problem 43830. MPS to MPH

on 24 Jan 2017

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