Find nth maximum in a vector of integer numbers. Return NaN if no such number exists.
x = [2 6 4 9 -10 3 1 5 -10];
I think the test cases are not correct. Can you check this?
The test cases expect isequal(NaN,NaN) to return true. This is wrong.
please use the function "isquealn" http://www.mathworks.de/de/help/matlab/ref/isequaln.html
I went ahead and made the test suite change that José suggested above.
Clever! If the system doesn't work properly, work around it.
Thanks :) in retrospect I probably should have overloaded isequal with isequalwithequalnans instead, but I guess this makes a similar point... (and if you are interested, the whole 'singularity' series of problems is devoted to "work arounds" for this sort of ill-defined testsuites)
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