A Brilliant number is defined as a number with two prime factors, both of which have the same number of digits. Some examples:
10=2*5. Since 2 and 5 have the same number of digits, 10 is a brilliant number.
22=2*11. Although there are two prime factors, they have a different number of digits, so 22 is not a brilliant number.
30=2*3*5. Although each prime factor has the same number of digits, there are more than two of them, so 30 is not a brilliant number.
Given a number, write a MATLAB script to determine if the number is brilliant or not.