I wrote a function that checks if the matrix is Symmetric . If it is, it will return 1, otherwise 0 . It always returns zero. I tried to figure out where the mistake is, but everything seems correct to me.
How can I initialize 2d array with a list of 1d arrays?raw arrays in C++ are kind of second class citizens. They can't be assigned, they can't be copied, which means you can use them to initialize other arrays, and their name decays into a pointer in most circumstances.
I have this array:Which I want to count how many items each group has in this array.I managed to count it with this:
I have multiple arrays in a main/parent array like this:here are the array's for simpler reading:I want to select the arrays that are repeated 3 or more times (> 3) and assign it to a variable. So in this example, var repeatedArrays would be [1, 17] and [2, 12].
can you explain the logic how to convert this 2d array to array and in array has objects, here is the input :
I am trying to find the best average score from below two dimensional array:The output is: 80 (Arthit's score (60+100)/2)
I work primarily in MATLAB but I think the answer should not be too hard to carry over from one language to another.
I have a string:I am trying to turn it into an array like as follows:I've formatted the string to remove any whitespace and replace with a comma:
I am wondering about matlab's nansumfunction.When I use the example from the documentationand then call
I understand that when we use sizeof operator on an array name, it gives the total size of the array in bytes. For example