Given a vector, v, of real numbers, return a positive integer, n, representing the longest contiguous increasing sub-sequence contained in v.
v = [2 18 9 6 11 20 25 3]
n = 4
Learned from Solution 883700, by Tim. run this just for checking: I reckon that function "sum" in that solution is redundant, and my guessing seems to be right.
Quick response! Seems 0 is better than infinity...
lol~ yes, in terms of code size, 0 is better than Inf :-)
Make a random, non-repeating vector.
Set the array elements whose value is 13 to 0
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