< Luhn checksum implemented in MATLAB < Previous Using Cody for algorithm development >Next > Monte carlo testing of the Luhn checksum in MATLAB Posted by Doug Hull, September 25, 2013 This video builds on the last one. A quick monte carlo test is built to see if the Luhn Algorithm really will detect transpositions. The testing indicates that only one pair of numbers transposing is undetected. Category: Format: Video, Level: Basic < Luhn checksum implemented in MATLAB < Previous Using Cody for algorithm development >Next > You can follow any comments to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can skip to the end and leave a comment. Pinging is currently not allowed. Add A Comment *Name *E-mail (will not be published) Website *Spam protection What is 6 + 10? Write your comment: help Preview: hide Wrap code fragments inside <pre> tags, like this: <pre> a = magic(3); sum(a) </pre> If you have a < character in your code, either follow it with a space or replace it with "<" (including the semicolon).