Write a COMPLETE MATLAB CODE to find the double bend pattern shown below with “1’s” Enter the code into MATLAB. You are to submit a screen shot of your completed code as your answer. You will need to use a DNFL the variables: • A for the name of the array to be reviewed . m for the row • n for the column Inside your DNFL, do a test to see if four 1’s are together in the pattern (in red below). Your pattern will look for: • First block equals one <A(m,n) > • Block to the right equals one <A(m, n+1) > • Block above the second block equals one <A(m-1, n+1) > • Block above the second block equals one <A(m-1,n+2) > BE VERY careful with how far your for loops m and n go. HINT: You can NOT start m=1 because the block above is m-1, so the for m=2:5 must be used. Likewise for the columns, you can start at the first column, however, since you are looking two columns to the right, you must bring your range for “n” in by 2 columns. GIVEN ARRAY: 01010 10001 0 0 110 11101 00000 When you find the pattern, print out using the following command: fprintf(‘Found pattern at: %d %d’,m,n) Show transcribed image text Write a COMPLETE MATLAB CODE to find the double bend pattern shown below with “1’s” Enter the code into MATLAB. You are to submit a screen shot of your completed code as your answer. You will need to use a DNFL the variables: • A for the name of the array to be reviewed . m for the row • n for the column Inside your DNFL, do a test to see if four 1’s are together in the pattern (in red below). Your pattern will look for: • First block equals one • Block to the right equals one • Block above the second block equals one • Block above the second block equals one BE VERY careful with how far your for loops m and n go. HINT: You can NOT start m=1 because the block above is m-1, so the for m=2:5 must be used. Likewise for the columns, you can start at the first column, however, since you are looking two columns to the right, you must bring your range for “n” in by 2 columns. GIVEN ARRAY: 01010 10001 0 0 110 11101 00000 When you find the pattern, print out using the following command: fprintf(‘Found pattern at: %d %d’,m,n)

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