Given a matrix x, return one with each diagonal element replaced by its absolute value and the largest element in absolute value of the off-diagonal elements in its row...
The title and description of this problem could use some tweaking in my opinion. For instance, it should say the largest element in absolute value *of the off-diagonal elements* in its row.
Done. Thanks Matt!
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