Given an input (n), produce an output in the reverse order with out using string variables or string function.
x = 
y = 
NOTE: This is not x = [1, 2, 3]
This should work for all inputs.
x = [ 96721]
y = 12769
You need to put correct test cases, not a function that implements one solution for the problem. ;-)
I fixed the test cases.
Nice!! but maybe you put 5 or 6 cases, so it is not easy to cheat... ;-)
Thank you for your comments, this was my first problem to post.
the function name of this problem is conflict with system function 'reverse', so can't be executed.
Reverse is now a command on Matlab. Kindly change the name of the function here @Joseph Pauwels
The function name has been updated. The problem should now be solvable.
reverse now it's a function in Matlab, so try to change this name https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/reverse.html
not working please help me
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