It would be better if the test suite did not rely on a particular ordering of the rows. You could use isempty(setxor(myfullfact(...), y_correct, 'rows')) instead of isequal(...)
Thanks for your suggestion. But I prefer an "increasing" ordering of the rows because that could be more useful in some applications. I have made it clear in the problem description that ordering is required.
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