given two strings of numeric expressions such as '1-7/14' and '11/22+0.2^2', return 1 if they are numerically exactly equal otherwise return 0.
Any particular reason why we can't use the eval function in the code? My solution using that just gave me the following:
Error: You may not use the command EVAL in your code
I get this message as description of my failing solution: "Undefined function 'cody.verifyCode' for input arguments of type 'char'."
This is frustratingly unclear.
Giving '7/14' as an example and '1+.25/12+1.25^2' in the test code is not misleading. It is impossible to find understand the requirements without seeing the test data set currently.
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