The below code fails for the input:
assert(isequal(ecount([1 1 1 1 NaN NaN 1 1],NaN),2))
Can anyone show me the error?
function ct = ecount(v,e)
The comment about NaNs being equal is rather vague, clarify or give a specific example
NaN==NaN gives 0 help me
Use isnan keyword. isnan(NaN) gives 1
There should be a test to stop this from passing
This just got lucky on the test suite. It would fail on ecount(1:12,2), for example.
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