Write a function that has the following property: f(f(x)) = -x for any numeric array x.
Note that there is no restriction on the output for f(x). How bizarre can you make it?
This one really surprised me.
Getting a little silly!
Return elements unique to either input
Set some matrix elements to zero
Who has power to do everything in this world?
Returning a "greater than" vector
Flip the bit
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Find vampire numbers
Multivariate polynomials - overload multiplication
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