Write a two-input, two-output function that swaps its two input arguments. For example:
[q,r] = swap(5,10)
returns q = 10 and r = 5.
Your initial code suggestion is weird :)
This is a correct solution - alas using a function handle, not an m-file
You are brilliant when you are lazy
Omg love this solution so simple and easy really clever! Didn't think about this :)
I feel so pride that I just get the same code like this leading one!!!
I had no idea it'd be this simple.
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