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# Problem 16. Return the largest number that is adjacent to a zero

Solution 3852463

Submitted on 26 Nov 2020
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### Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Fail
a = [1, 5, 3, 0, 2, 7, 0, 8, 9, 1 0]; b = 8; assert(isequal(nearZero(a),b))

Error in solution: Line: 6 Column: 14 Incorrect use of '=' operator. To assign a value to a variable, use '='. To compare values for equality, use '=='.

2   Fail
a = [5 4 -1 0 -2 0 -5 8]; b = -1; assert(isequal(nearZero(a),b));

Error in solution: Line: 6 Column: 14 Incorrect use of '=' operator. To assign a value to a variable, use '='. To compare values for equality, use '=='.

3   Fail
a = [0 3 1 0 2 9]; b = 3; assert(isequal(nearZero(a),b));

Error in solution: Line: 6 Column: 14 Incorrect use of '=' operator. To assign a value to a variable, use '='. To compare values for equality, use '=='.

4   Fail
a = [1 0 2 0 3]; b = 3; assert(isequal(nearZero(a),b));

Error in solution: Line: 6 Column: 14 Incorrect use of '=' operator. To assign a value to a variable, use '='. To compare values for equality, use '=='.

5   Fail
a = [0 -1]; b = -1; assert(isequal(nearZero(a),b));

Error in solution: Line: 6 Column: 14 Incorrect use of '=' operator. To assign a value to a variable, use '='. To compare values for equality, use '=='.

6   Fail
a = [0 -12 0 -7 0]; b = -7; assert(isequal(nearZero(a),b));

Error in solution: Line: 6 Column: 14 Incorrect use of '=' operator. To assign a value to a variable, use '='. To compare values for equality, use '=='.

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