You could just use
dates_me = month_ends(date_start, date_end);
to get a variable number of cells in the output. That avoids the user of varargout and the limitation to the number of outputs.
Remove any row in which a NaN appears
Remove the polynomials that have positive real elements of their roots.
Doubling elements in a vector
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Generate a NaN...on purpose
Create a Cell array of month-end date strings within a date range
Unique: Speed Enhancement for uint(8,16,32)
Knots Contest: Score (TestSuite)
Hyperspectral Processing: Determine Material Components given a Hyperspectral vector
Create Circular Perfect Square Sequence
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