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Given a positive integer find whether it is a balanced number. For a balanced number the
sum of first half of digits is equal to the  second half.

Examples:

Input n = 13722
Output tf is true
because 1 + 3 = 2 + 2.

Input n = 23567414
Output tf = true

You can check the question in the below link also:

https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/cody/problems/74

MATLAB CODE:

clc
clear all
close all
x=input('Enter the number');
Y=[];
c=0;
m=x;
while (m>0)
b=rem(m,10);
Y=[b Y];
c=c+1;
m=(m-b)/10;
end
r=c/2;
qw=floor(r);
if(qw==r)
t=0;
l=0;
for i=1:qw
t=t+Y(i);
end
for i=(qw+1):c
l=l+Y(i);
end
if(t==l)
disp('Yes');
else
disp('No');
end
else
t=0;
l=0;
for i=1:qw
t=t+Y(i);
end
for i=(qw+2):c
l=l+Y(i);
end
if(t==l)
disp('Yes');
else
disp('No');
end
end

EXPLANATION:

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CODE AS FUNCTION:

function tf = isBalanced(n)
x=n;
Y=[];
c=0;
m=x;
while (m>0)
b=rem(m,10);
Y=[b Y];
c=c+1;
m=(m-b)/10;
end
r=c/2;
qw=floor(r);
if(qw==r)
t=0;
l=0;
for i=1:qw
t=t+Y(i);
end
for i=(qw+1):c
l=l+Y(i);
end
if(t==l)
tf=true;
else
tf=false;
end
else
t=0;
l=0;
for i=1:qw
t=t+Y(i);
end
for i=(qw+2):c
l=l+Y(i);
end
if(t==l)
tf=true;
else
tf=false;
end
end

Sample TEST CASE Output:

You can try with other input also :-)