Problem 57565. Easy Sequences 92: Number of Roots of a System of Linear Diophantine Equations

One of the tasks that Matlab is very good at, is in solving systems of linear equations.
In this problem we shall tackle a system of linear Diophantine Equations in which the roots are limited to certain range.
Given the number of variables n, positive integers, a, b and a root limit, L, create the function, numRoots(n,a,b,L), that outputs the number of posible integer root sets of the following system of equations:
For example, if , the system of equations: and , where , has only one root set, namely: . Therefore, numRoots(2,10,4,1) = 1.
If , two of the possible roots of:
; and
are and . In fact, there are possible root sets. Therefore, numRoots(4,20,6,3) = 16.
There are no possible roots for and , therefore in these cases the function should return: numRoots = 0.
NOTE: As an added challenge, only those solutions with Cody program size of less than or equal to 200 will be accepted.

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Last Solution submitted on Feb 08, 2023

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