Whoops, accidentally had the answer in the test suite. Fixed now.
Any chance you can elaborate a bit? I can make a memoized fibonacci code, but that's not really what you're asking. I don't get what the function call with 2 arguments (and 2nd argument the function itself) is in the test set: seq = memfib(n-1, memfib);
Sorry for the confusion.
Paul, it uses a feature that was just introduced in R2017a. If the answer hadn't accidentally been in the test suite, I never would have figured this one out either!
I tried comparing this code with a non-memoized version, and it was 6 times slower!
Love the name of the problem.^^
As difficult as the problem looks, (one of the) solution is quite easy and straight forward.
Find the numeric mean of the prime numbers in a matrix.
Matrix with different incremental runs
Doubling elements in a vector
Find last zero for each column
Compute Fibonacci Number
Square Digits Number Chain Terminal Value (Inspired by Project Euler Problem 92)
Lychrel Number Test (Inspired by Project Euler Problem 55)
Pull the variable y_correct from the Caller's Workspace
Guess the Coefficients!
Number of 1s in the Binary Representation of a Number
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