hhhhhhh nice one
Shouldn't one of the validations ask whether she is in the room?
Put your wife in matlab variable. and take 1000 derivative of your wife. Result will tell you. hahha
Nice, Important thing is to get the size right!
The question says 'regardless of input', which I take to mean that more than one input is allowed. I think this should be added to the list of tests:
U = cell(1); R = struct; wiferight(@who,'do you think',U,R,'God?')
Is this a trick question?
Good problem, but I doubt its meaning.
After twenty years of marriage I easily figured this one out! 8-)
Is my girlfriend right?
This is hilarious lol
I have a doubtt when I try to write this code using anonymous function i.e., wiferight=@(in)'out' and cecked the output in MATLAB 2007b version it gave me the correct answer why is it giving a wrong answer I am unable to understand it.
Sneha, do you really want to tell your wife to get 'out'?
"Who's the boss?"
Can I use quantum entanglement?
Here's a ThingSpeak answer using ThingSpeak's MATLAB Visualization app: https://thingspeak.com/channels/97907
SORRY! I meant, "YES!"
This is a good problem!
Gets a good laugh
Wah. -claps hand-
this is so funny
1st try :)
Yes they are....
hhhhhh! But guys, do you have a wife? :(
delete this garbage
I seem to be caught in an infinite loop.
This is an easy problem
this function just result in an error "No need to even ask the question"
I just typed yes, my solution size is 10, still longer than the leading solution. I think your wife is wrong! hahaha :D
that's the first truth of life!
She is always right. Lol.
lol this is very funny ahaha
Just to earn the commenter badge :p
very fun here's for commenter badge
funny + easy problem
This one made me laugh
good. problem good. yes
what is meaning of this problem?
Very funny :-)
Even monkey can solve this problem loll
Uhmm, what was that?
This is the best problem ever (y)
This is a very silly question. Doesn't specify any skill check.
This is a bit of a Mickey Mouse problem!
Do you want a wife or not?
"Is the wife right?"
Well definitely, 'yes'.
Haha. What you've said is reasonable. I'm convinced.
This is great!
women always right! :D hahahhahahah
This user appears to have gamed the system, with fraudulent "likes" of this unremarkable solution submitted by 'sock-puppet' accounts. —DIV
how to find or how to determine "Size " for any solution ?????
Test are ok on my computer with MatlabR2014a.
Why is it failed online ?
Isn't it suppose to be a function? Atleast 16a MATLAB thinks your code is a script not a function
How can this solution code have a size of 8? It's ONE LINE!
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.
So does this trick work in the actual application as well, or is it related to how Cody calculates the code size?
I mean will this "trick" actually improve the performance in Matlab env?
No, the trick is actually fairly poor coding practice
sorry i wrote that just to be able to see the solution
How is the size of any code reduced ??
Can somebody explain the assert function? I have never used it.
It seems you just have to be gentle about it ;)
This is a good one!
best question ever!
The test suite is just amazing.....
I LOVE the tests :)
find the maximum element of the matrix
04 - Scalar Equations 3
Number of Even Elements in Fibonacci Sequence
Calculate Amount of Cake Frosting
Factorize THIS, buddy
Tune your guitar
Increment a number, given its digits
Figurate number triangle
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