Problem 2631. Flip the vector from right to left
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Try out this problem
Try Out this cody questions...
How can we do for last test case.
Can any one help me out?
how to solve below test case
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code = fileread('flip_vector.m');
assert(isempty(strfind(code, 'fliplr')));
Nice tricky problem
y=x(end:1:1) I think this might help
You cannot pass the last test suite if you use the function fliplr
flipud(x')'
... didn't say anything about allowing flipud!
pretty simple
code = fileread('flip_vector.m');
assert(isempty(strfind(code, 'fliplr')));
Assertion failed.
Can anyone give me idea what is 'flip_vector.m' here?
@Ankit Meena,
'flip_vector.m' is the function file for the solution code submitted.
"code = fileread('flip_vector.m'); " > This line of code is used to obtain the contents of your solution as a text file. And the next line of code checks for any requirement.
You can check that the first line in your solution will be 
function output = flip_vector(input)
(output and input being placeholders)
I hope this answers your question.
Nice problem
Nice problem!
Not using Matlab dedicated function to this should be written in the problem statements. I dislike this kind of "twist". Nonsense.
@Nicolas, It IS written in the problem statement 
"Request not to use direct function."
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??

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Fairly straightforward even if you don't use flip or flip variants

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Above average

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mediumlow difficulty

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easy

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This was intuitive for me.

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tricky
good problem

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A good problem!

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good problem

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awesome

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?

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y=flip(x);
for i = 1:length(y)
z(i) = y((length(y)i+1));
end;

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Fail
code = fileread('flip_vector.m');
assert(isempty(strfind(code, 'fliplr')));
Assertion failed.
Can anyone suggest what is 'flip_vector.m' here?

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That looks like cheating without even an ironic comment saying it is a cheat...
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