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# Problem 1304. Hermite Polynomials

Solution 1961662

Submitted on 6 Oct 2019
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### Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Fail
user_solution = fileread('hermite_poly.m'); assert(isempty(strfind(user_solution,'regexp'))); assert(isempty(strfind(user_solution,'2str'))); assert(isempty(strfind(user_solution,'str2'))); assert(isempty(strfind(user_solution,'interp'))); assert(isempty(strfind(user_solution,'printf'))); assert(isempty(strfind(user_solution,'assert')));

Error in solution: Line: 24 Column: 1 The function "hermite_rec" was closed with an 'end', but at least one other function definition was not. To avoid confusion when using nested functions, it is illegal to use both conventions in the same file.

2   Fail
n = 0; P_correct = [1]; assert(isequal(hermite_poly(n),P_correct));

Error in solution: Line: 24 Column: 1 The function "hermite_rec" was closed with an 'end', but at least one other function definition was not. To avoid confusion when using nested functions, it is illegal to use both conventions in the same file.

3   Fail
n = 1; P_correct = [2 0]; assert(isequal(hermite_poly(n),P_correct));

Error in solution: Line: 24 Column: 1 The function "hermite_rec" was closed with an 'end', but at least one other function definition was not. To avoid confusion when using nested functions, it is illegal to use both conventions in the same file.

4   Fail
n = 2; P_correct = [4 0 -2]; assert(isequal(hermite_poly(n),P_correct));

Error in solution: Line: 24 Column: 1 The function "hermite_rec" was closed with an 'end', but at least one other function definition was not. To avoid confusion when using nested functions, it is illegal to use both conventions in the same file.

5   Fail
n = 3; P_correct = [8 0 -12 -0]; assert(isequal(hermite_poly(n),P_correct));

Error in solution: Line: 24 Column: 1 The function "hermite_rec" was closed with an 'end', but at least one other function definition was not. To avoid confusion when using nested functions, it is illegal to use both conventions in the same file.

6   Fail
n = 4; P_correct = [16 0 -48 -0 12]; assert(isequal(hermite_poly(n),P_correct));

Error in solution: Line: 24 Column: 1 The function "hermite_rec" was closed with an 'end', but at least one other function definition was not. To avoid confusion when using nested functions, it is illegal to use both conventions in the same file.

7   Fail
n = 5; P_correct = [32 0 -160 -0 120 0]; assert(isequal(hermite_poly(n),P_correct));

Error in solution: Line: 24 Column: 1 The function "hermite_rec" was closed with an 'end', but at least one other function definition was not. To avoid confusion when using nested functions, it is illegal to use both conventions in the same file.

8   Fail
n = 6; P_correct = [64 0 -480 -0 720 0 -120]; assert(isequal(hermite_poly(n),P_correct));

Error in solution: Line: 24 Column: 1 The function "hermite_rec" was closed with an 'end', but at least one other function definition was not. To avoid confusion when using nested functions, it is illegal to use both conventions in the same file.

9   Fail
n = 7; P_correct = [128 0 -1344 -0 3360 0 -1680 -0]; assert(isequal(hermite_poly(n),P_correct));

Error in solution: Line: 24 Column: 1 The function "hermite_rec" was closed with an 'end', but at least one other function definition was not. To avoid confusion when using nested functions, it is illegal to use both conventions in the same file.

10   Fail
n = 8; P_correct = [256 0 -3584 -0 13440 0 -13440 -0 1680]; assert(isequal(hermite_poly(n),P_correct));

Error in solution: Line: 24 Column: 1 The function "hermite_rec" was closed with an 'end', but at least one other function definition was not. To avoid confusion when using nested functions, it is illegal to use both conventions in the same file.

11   Fail
n = 9; P_correct = [512 0 -9216 -0 48384 0 -80640 -0 30240 0]; assert(isequal(hermite_poly(n),P_correct));

Error in solution: Line: 24 Column: 1 The function "hermite_rec" was closed with an 'end', but at least one other function definition was not. To avoid confusion when using nested functions, it is illegal to use both conventions in the same file.

12   Fail
n = 10; P_correct = [1024 0 -23040 -0 161280 0 -403200 -0 302400 0 -30240]; assert(isequal(hermite_poly(n),P_correct));

Error in solution: Line: 24 Column: 1 The function "hermite_rec" was closed with an 'end', but at least one other function definition was not. To avoid confusion when using nested functions, it is illegal to use both conventions in the same file.

13   Fail
n = 11; P_correct = [2048 0 -56320 -0 506880 0 -1774080 -0 2217600 0 -665280 -0]; assert(isequal(hermite_poly(n),P_correct));

Error in solution: Line: 24 Column: 1 The function "hermite_rec" was closed with an 'end', but at least one other function definition was not. To avoid confusion when using nested functions, it is illegal to use both conventions in the same file.

14   Fail
n = 12; P_correct = [4096 0 -135168 -0 1520640 0 -7096320 -0 13305600 0 -7983360 -0 665280]; assert(isequal(hermite_poly(n),P_correct));

Error in solution: Line: 24 Column: 1 The function "hermite_rec" was closed with an 'end', but at least one other function definition was not. To avoid confusion when using nested functions, it is illegal to use both conventions in the same file.

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