Put more test cases in. Makes cheating too tempting.
the regexp solution is great
Adding a test case containing words with hyphens like 'hard-working' will make this problem more challenging.
Test 1 doesn't work, I literally have the same result and it fails, but test 2 passes
Your function produces sOut in string format (in the last line of the function). The test suite defines the variables as character arrays instead of strings. These two data types cannot be directly compared—i.e., you'll have to return a character array.
Also, when I run your function, it returns "hello" rather than "hlleo".
I've tried the assert in MATLAB on my desktop and it doesn't throw an error... so I'm not really sure where it's gone wrong here. I'm guessing it's something tiny I've missed. Any help?
Which version of MATLAB are you using on your desktop? I tried running your solution on MATLAB desktop version 2019a and the solution is failing with correct assertions. In order to figure out the version of MATLAB, command "ver' will get you the version.
The version of matlab is not going to affect the result. This solution removes punctuation from the input, so the '.' at the end of sentence in the second test is incorrectly removed.
Couldn't work out how to leave the punctuation in :(
The test suite should add commas and other punctuation.
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