Problem 149. Is my wife right?
hhhhhhh nice one
Shouldn't one of the validations ask whether she is in the room?
Put your wife in matlab variable. and take 1000 derivative of your wife. Result will tell you. hahha
Nice, Important thing is to get the size right!
The question says 'regardless of input', which I take to mean that more than one input is allowed. I think this should be added to the list of tests:
U = cell(1); R = struct; wiferight(@who,'do you think',U,R,'God?')
Is this a trick question?
Good problem, but I doubt its meaning.
After twenty years of marriage I easily figured this one out! 8-)
Is my girlfriend right?
This is hilarious lol
I have a doubtt when I try to write this code using anonymous function i.e., wiferight=@(in)'out' and cecked the output in MATLAB 2007b version it gave me the correct answer why is it giving a wrong answer I am unable to understand it.
Sneha, do you really want to tell your wife to get 'out'?
"Who's the boss?"
Can I use quantum entanglement?
Here's a ThingSpeak answer using ThingSpeak's MATLAB Visualization app: https://thingspeak.com/channels/97907
SORRY! I meant, "YES!"
This is a good problem!
Gets a good laugh
Wah. -claps hand-
this is so funny
1st try :)
Yes they are....
hhhhhh! But guys, do you have a wife? :(
delete this garbage
I seem to be caught in an infinite loop.
This is an easy problem
this function just result in an error "No need to even ask the question"
I just typed yes, my solution size is 10, still longer than the leading solution. I think your wife is wrong! hahaha :D
that's the first truth of life!
She is always right. Lol.
lol this is very funny ahaha
Just to earn the commenter badge :p
very fun here's for commenter badge
funny + easy problem
This one made me laugh
good. problem good. yes
can you help my code please.
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