Given an input number x, create a mirror image matrix 'Y' across the anti-diagonal. For example, if x=3,
Y = [1 2 3;
2 3 2;
3 2 1]
Y = [1 2 3 4;
2 3 4 3;
3 4 3 2;
4 3 2 1]
How does this solution generate such less size inspite of using so many functions?
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Ok, Thanks for information.
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