Please do not check for the occurance of "for" in general, because "UniFORmOutput" has nothing to do with looping ;-)
Your predefined function signature has only one parameter, altough two were submitted. Same problem without the "for" restriction: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/cody/problems/555-low-high-low-high-turn-around-create-a-subindices-vector
This is an excellent problem.
I agree with Dirk. Change your regexp to check for instances of eval, for, and while that are not preceded or followed by additional letters.
give me a hint, should we use a specific function here?
Tip: replace UniformOutput with uni.
'uniformoutpot' is innocent orz~~
'uniformoutput' is innocent orz~~
A separate test case that tests for functions that are against the rules would improve this problem. In this case, the "for" in "UniformOutput" was getting caught by the search. A separate test case would have made clear that the solution functions properly but contains an outlawed string.
Why x3= in the test ?
Nice recursion !
Each solution of Richard is a gem.
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