Given a vector x, return a vector y of the unique values in x sorted by the number of occurrences in x.
Ties are resolved by a sort from lowest to highest.
x = [1 2 2 2 3 3 7 7 93]
y = [2 3 7 1 93]
this type of hack solutions should be banned
The behavior of accumarray has changed. In R2012b, I used I = accumarray(I.', 1); and it worked. I had to remove the transpose to pass the test suite.
Interesting cody behavior by masking anonymous functions with str2num...
Test Suite having a hissy fit because it wanted a col not a row o_O
All your base are belong to us
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