Cody

Problem 27. Pangrams!

Solution 268719

Submitted on 27 Jun 2013 by Preeyanka
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Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Pass
%% x = 'The quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog'; y_correct = true; assert(isequal(isPangram(x),y_correct))

s1 = the quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog

2   Pass
%% x = 'The quick brown fox jumped over a lazy dog'; y_correct = false; assert(isequal(isPangram(x),y_correct))

s1 = the quick brown fox jumped over a lazy dog

3   Pass
%% x = 'Pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs'; y_correct = true; assert(isequal(isPangram(x),y_correct))

s1 = pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs

4   Pass
%% x = 'Pack my box with four dozen liquor jugs'; y_correct = false; assert(isequal(isPangram(x),y_correct))

s1 = pack my box with four dozen liquor jugs

5   Pass
%% x = 'Sphinx of black quartz, judge my vow'; y_correct = true; assert(isequal(isPangram(x),y_correct))

s1 = sphinx of black quartz, judge my vow

6   Pass
%% x = 'Sphinx of black onyx, judge my vow'; y_correct = false; assert(isequal(isPangram(x),y_correct))

s1 = sphinx of black onyx, judge my vow

7   Pass
%% x = 'Wonderful watermelon, bringer of life.'; y_correct = false; assert(isequal(isPangram(x),y_correct))

s1 = wonderful watermelon, bringer of life.

8   Pass
%% x = 'Dastardly dumpling, harbinger of doom!'; y_correct = false; assert(isequal(isPangram(x),y_correct))

s1 = dastardly dumpling, harbinger of doom!

9   Pass
%% x = 'AbcDE FgHiJKl mmoPQrstuV Wxyz'; y_correct = false; assert(isequal(isPangram(x),y_correct))

s1 = abcde fghijkl mmopqrstuv wxyz

10   Pass
%% x = 'With quiz game Cody for MATLAB, expect perverse junk.'; y_correct = true; assert(isequal(isPangram(x),y_correct))

s1 = with quiz game cody for matlab, expect perverse junk.

11   Pass
%% x = 'Punctuation marks like @#$%^</&>*?!!, when used in cartoons to stand in for swearing, are called "grawlix".'; y_correct = false; assert(isequal(isPangram(x),y_correct))

s1 = punctuation marks like @#$%^</&>*?!!, when used in cartoons to stand in for swearing, are called "grawlix".

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