It's "their starting position" not "there starting position"...
no fancy function, no eccentric useage, and problem was swiftly solved. Excellent code!
Would of never guessed it!
This actually has a minor bug -- it may fail on inputs containing negative numbers, e.g. x=[1 -1], however this is simply fixable by taking abs(x).
it never gets tired to watch this kinda code.
Finding Perfect Squares
Rotate a Matrix
Say something funny
MATCH THE STRINGS (2 CHAR) very easy
Make roundn function
Do you like your boss?
Finding the next number in a number list, are you able to crack it!
Backslang, odds are you used it at some point in time...
Find same numbers touching each other...
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