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# Problem 40. Reverse Run-Length Encoder

Solution 1920822

Submitted on 3 Sep 2019
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### Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Fail
x = [2 5 1 2 4 1 1 3]; correct = [5 5 2 1 1 1 1 3]; assert(isequal(correct, RevCountSeq(x)));

Error using regexprep The 'STRING' input must be either a char row vector, a cell array of char row vectors, or a string array. Error in RevCountSeq (line 2) y = regexprep(x,'(\d), (\d)','\${\$1}'); Error in Test1 (line 3) assert(isequal(correct, RevCountSeq(x)));

2   Fail
x = [1 9]; correct = [9]; assert(isequal(correct, RevCountSeq(x)));

Error using regexprep The 'STRING' input must be either a char row vector, a cell array of char row vectors, or a string array. Error in RevCountSeq (line 2) y = regexprep(x,'(\d), (\d)','\${\$1}'); Error in Test2 (line 3) assert(isequal(correct, RevCountSeq(x)));

3   Fail
x = [9 1]; correct = ones(1,9); assert(isequal(correct, RevCountSeq(x)));

Error using regexprep The 'STRING' input must be either a char row vector, a cell array of char row vectors, or a string array. Error in RevCountSeq (line 2) y = regexprep(x,'(\d), (\d)','\${\$1}'); Error in Test3 (line 3) assert(isequal(correct, RevCountSeq(x)));

4   Fail
x = [1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 6 1 7 1 8 1 9]; correct = 1:9; assert(isequal(correct, RevCountSeq(x)));

Error using regexprep The 'STRING' input must be either a char row vector, a cell array of char row vectors, or a string array. Error in RevCountSeq (line 2) y = regexprep(x,'(\d), (\d)','\${\$1}'); Error in Test4 (line 3) assert(isequal(correct, RevCountSeq(x)));