Cody

# David Young

Rank
##### 1995
Score
51 – 100 of 299
 on 29 Feb 2012 on 29 Feb 2012 on 29 Feb 2012 I think the third example in the problem statement is incorrect. The input is a row (it's set up as a column, but then is transposed), but the output is a column. on 29 Feb 2012 on 29 Feb 2012 on 29 Feb 2012 on 29 Feb 2012 on 29 Feb 2012 David Young submitted a Comment to Problem 325. 2 b | ~ 2 b But B is not the same as b! on 29 Feb 2012 on 29 Feb 2012 on 29 Feb 2012 on 29 Feb 2012 David Young submitted a Comment to Solution 38804 I like the reference - it's a good resource. on 29 Feb 2012 David Young submitted a Comment to Problem 292. Infernal Recursion Test suite could helpfully include n=1 and n=2 tests. I thought that it needed extra complexity to handle these, but @bmtran's top solution shows it doesn't. on 29 Feb 2012 David Young submitted a Comment to Solution 37119 Fails for both n=1 and n=2? on 29 Feb 2012 David Young submitted a Comment to Solution 34697 OK for both n=1 and n=2. on 29 Feb 2012 David Young submitted a Comment to Solution 34698 Fails for n=1? on 29 Feb 2012 on 29 Feb 2012 on 29 Feb 2012 on 28 Feb 2012 on 28 Feb 2012 on 28 Feb 2012 on 28 Feb 2012 on 28 Feb 2012 on 27 Feb 2012 on 27 Feb 2012 Raphael: I agree completely! on 26 Feb 2012 on 24 Feb 2012 on 24 Feb 2012 David Young received Leader badge for Solution 50615 on 24 Feb 2012 on 24 Feb 2012 on 22 Feb 2012 on 22 Feb 2012 on 22 Feb 2012 David Young submitted a Comment to Problem 129. All capital? I agree with Oleg and Gaik: please have a rich test suite. on 22 Feb 2012 on 22 Feb 2012 David Young submitted a Comment to Solution 48503 Although this has passed the tests, I don't think it is correct, since it allows the fly to go backwards in time as well as forwards. on 22 Feb 2012 on 22 Feb 2012 on 22 Feb 2012 on 22 Feb 2012 on 22 Feb 2012 David Young submitted a Comment to Solution 28333 No, test 4 is correct. magic(2) does not return a magic square. on 22 Feb 2012 David Young submitted a Comment to Problem 151. Magic! This could be improved with a better test suite. For example, flipud(magic(n)) is still magical, but most of the leading solutions would return false for this. on 22 Feb 2012 David Young submitted Solution 48428 to Problem 151. Magic! on 22 Feb 2012 David Young submitted a Comment to Solution 33008 I don't think this checks the diagonals. Is that because it's not necessary? on 22 Feb 2012 David Young submitted a Comment to Solution 27155 Note that this gives the wrong result for magic(4). I suspect that this is tailored to the test set. on 22 Feb 2012 on 22 Feb 2012 David Young submitted Solution 48418 to Problem 151. Magic! on 22 Feb 2012 on 22 Feb 2012 on 22 Feb 2012
51 – 100 of 299