Not column, but row wise.
function b = matchPattern(a)
this is actually pretty fun
I'm not proud of this solution, the scoring system is clearly flawed.
Seems like the filter preventing abuse of @eval needs some work!
Nice! I learned something from you.
This solution is wrong. It detects a common patten among any two rows and not just the first row and other rows.
What is the point?
Swap the first and last columns
First N Perfect Squares
Back to basics 1 - Saving
Area of a triangle
Replace NaNs with the number that appears to its left in the row.
Prime factor digits
Find the longest sequence of 1's in a binary sequence.
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