Hello, Said BOUREZG. You do not have N×N matrices in every case, so it would be accurate to describe them as "N×M matrices". Or just "matrices". —DIV
Project Euler: Problem 6, Natural numbers, squares and sums.
Arrange Vector in descending order
Back to basics 7 - Equal NaNs
factorial of a number x
Divisible by 2
Relation between functions "dec2bin" & "dec2binvec"
Find my secret function I
Find my secret function III
Find my secret function II
Stop a ZigZag scanning N*N Matrix at any diag you want
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