@bmtran is a too strong for me.
I think that in case 3, the correct answer should be: y_correct1 = [1 0 2 9 1 -5 2 0 11] and in case 4: y_correct0 = [1 0 1 0], or did I misunderstood the goal?
I agree with J.R.! Menzinger. Correct answers given are wrong.
No, the provided answers in the test cases are correct. This is "the difficulty" that Jean-Marie mentions above: for integers that are tied by number of occurrences, they are to be sorted within the tied subset in ascending order, not kept in the original ordering within the vector.
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