Write a COMPLETE MATLAB CODE to find the pattern of three “1’s” next to each other vertically in single column. Enter the code into MATLAB. You are to submit a screen shot of your completed code as your answer. Use for your 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 three 1’s are vertically together in the pattern (in red below). You will need a logic statement something like (you will need to finish what I’ve provided: if ( A (m, n) == 1 && A (m+1,n) == 1 && AC_ , ) == 1) fprintf <see below for the fprintf command > BE VERY careful with how far your for loops m and n go. HINT: You can NOT use m=1:5 in the outer for loop because the pattern is looking 2 blocks below. So you will have to use m=1:3 so you don’t search outside the array GIVEN ARRAY: When you find the pattern of 3 vertical “1’s” next to each other, 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 pattern of three “1’s” next to each other vertically in single column. Enter the code into MATLAB. You are to submit a screen shot of your completed code as your answer. Use for your 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 three 1’s are vertically together in the pattern (in red below). You will need a logic statement something like (you will need to finish what I’ve provided: if ( A (m, n) == 1 && A (m+1,n) == 1 && AC_ , ) == 1) fprintf BE VERY careful with how far your for loops m and n go. HINT: You can NOT use m=1:5 in the outer for loop because the pattern is looking 2 blocks below. So you will have to use m=1:3 so you don’t search outside the array GIVEN ARRAY: When you find the pattern of 3 vertical “1’s” next to each other, print out using the following command: fprintf(‘Found pattern at: %d,%d’,m,n)

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