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Jan Orwat

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Jan Orwat received Divisible by x Master badge

on 20 Mar 2017 at 20:29

Jan Orwat received Indexing III Master badge

on 15 Mar 2017 at 19:09

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

James, Peng, that surprises me. I thought it doesn't work since the new layout introduction. I had no problems with deleting my comments before. (or it's just a typo, and James meant months)

on 2 Feb 2017

Jan Orwat submitted a Comment to Solution 1114165

This is a combination of a known issue and a change in a way submissions are handled now. 1st, if you compare the test suite before, and after submission, you will notice first test disappeared. This happens when first test doesn't begin with section separator (on problem creation/editon page). It disappears, but the code is still executed. This leads us to 2nd. Submissions, from the test suite perspective, were stored in current directory. Now it's a subdirectory "submission". First test doesn't "Clean user's function from some known jailbreaking mechanisms" as intended. Moreover, it deletes "solutionTest.m" which seems to be necessary to perform tests. Btw. in this specific submission there is different error not because it was made global, but "global varname=something" is a syntax error, which is checked first and the test suite is not executed.

on 2 Feb 2017

Jan Orwat received Computational Geometry I Master badge

on 27 Jan 2017

Jan Orwat submitted a Comment to Solution 1102049

Your output y is a row vector (or scalar), but in 3'rd test it should be a column vector. Predefine y first with the same size as x.

on 13 Jan 2017

Jan Orwat received Strings I Master badge

on 13 Dec 2016

Jan Orwat received Indexing II Master badge

on 18 Nov 2016

Jan Orwat submitted a Comment to Solution 1050679

You don't need integrator1, then change Gain

on 11 Nov 2016

Jan Orwat liked Solution 1044314

on 9 Nov 2016

Jan Orwat submitted a Comment to Solution 1047166

Thus it is not a 4-parasitic number. It doesn't meet the definition. Nevertheless is a great example of a cyclic number. You can get different cyclic permutations when multiply 142857 by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. For 5 you got shift by one digit, therefore it's 5-parasitic.

on 8 Nov 2016

Jan Orwat submitted a Comment to Solution 1047978

This solution shows a little bit different approach to the problem. It leads to nice, short code.

on 8 Nov 2016

Jan Orwat received Indexing I Master badge

on 8 Nov 2016

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