can be solved without 'regexp'
A slightly more robust test might include a balanced equation starting with something other than an opening bracket.
Test 3 might be
inStr = '3*(z*(a-(x+3))/(y))';
it doesn't work in some cases not included in test suite. for example:
inStr = '(z*(a-(x+3))/(y)*z)';
Seems to fail for inStr='(' , '((', etc.
I admit this is cheating, but I think it also stresses the need for more tests in the suite. Also, not all the cases should necessarily be visible, so you can't adapt a solution like this.
This solution fails for the input ')()', i.e. it returns true when it should return false.
This solution fails for the input '(()', i.e. it returns true when it should return false.
This entry is incorrect. It fails the simple case of:
Find the numeric mean of the prime numbers in a matrix.
Sum the numbers on the main diagonal
Check that number is whole number
Extra safe primes
It dseon't mettar waht oedrr the lrettes in a wrod are.
Renaming a field in a structure array
Clean the List of Names
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