Cody

# Problem 2313. Narcissistic problem

Solution 2033399

Submitted on 24 Nov 2019
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### Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Pass
% this problem will be updated, % your score/size can change over time % if you submit a fixed value :-)

2   Fail
y=like_me(); assert(isequal(mod(y,1),0));

Unrecognized function or variable 'like'. Error in like_me (line 2) y = like Error in Test2 (line 1) y=like_me();

3   Fail
y=like_me(); assert(y>0);

Unrecognized function or variable 'like'. Error in like_me (line 2) y = like Error in Test3 (line 1) y=like_me();

4   Fail
y=like_me(); url='http://www.mathworks.co.uk/matlabcentral/cody/problems/2313' % the main problem with this problem is that ... % this problem thinks. % it thinks about itself most of the time. % it is convinced, that at least X likes has it. y_sub_correct=max([10 cellfun(@(S)str2num(cell2mat(S)),regexp(urlread(url),'(\d*) players</a> like this problem','tokens'))]); % probably hackable by comments? t = mtree('like_me.m','-file'); size = length(t.nodesize); % this problem likes compliments, % even false. % For good compliment it is going to pass your solution with a smaller size! % But if you don't appreciate it, it can punish you... feval(@assignin,'caller','score',round(max(0,size*(.5+.5*y_sub_correct/y))));

Unrecognized function or variable 'like'. Error in like_me (line 2) y = like Error in Test4 (line 1) y=like_me();