Twin primes are primes p1, p2 = p1 + 2 such that both p1 and p2 are prime numbers. Given a positive integer N (>=5) what are the largest twin primes (in order) <= N. For example, if N = 20 then p1 = 17 and p2 = 19.
Was able to reduce size a few times and finally got to this solution by borrowing tricks used by Grzegorz Knor and Dan.
Can you explain what the +'01'-'0' is doing? I don't see how i+'01'-'0'=[i,i+1].
'01 ' is a char vector of 2 positions: '0' ans '1'.
If you subtract '0' to it, it results a char vector with characters 0 and 1.
So '01'-'0' is the same as [0 1], but because of the '', it cost less operations.
Project Euler: Problem 10, Sum of Primes
Basics: 'Find the eigenvalues of given matrix
Max index of 3D array
Who invented zero?
Returning a "greater than" vector
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