hwong1 wrote:> a. Write a R function zerdiag.v1(m) using loop to output a square matrix
> whose diagonal elements are zero and the other elements are filled in by
> consecutive integers from 1 to m row-wise.
> For example,
> zerdiag.v1(6) = [0, 1, 2]
> [3, 0, 4]
> [5, 6, 0]
> This function should have error checking ability. If the input m cannot
form
> a square matrix, then the function will return an error message:
"Input
> number is incorrect."
>
> b. Write a R function zerdiag.v2(m) to produce the same output as in part
> (a) without using a loop.
>
> c. Test your functions in part (a) and (b) using m=12 and m=14
respectively.
>
> Any help with this question would be much appreciated. Thank you!

This looks like an assignment to me.
Tom
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