• ###### abajpai2commented on "Sum of Digits / Digital Root" kata

oh yeah! Wow you are a life saver

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Sum of Digits / Digital Root" kata

See the quotes in the error messages, your code returns strings instead of numbers.

• ###### abajpai2commented on "Sum of Digits / Digital Root" kata

I am getting all the right answers using this code but somehow it is not accepted

• ###### abajpai2commented on "Sum of Digits / Digital Root" kata

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• ###### Chrono79commented on "Sum of Digits / Digital Root" kata

No, your problem is you're printing the output instead of returning it. Or doing recursion wrong.

• ###### Chrono79resolved a question on "Sum of Digits / Digital Root" kata

No problem, read TheOriginalTripleD's post there btw, he explained it in detail.

• ###### Algorevcommented on "Sum of Digits / Digital Root" kata

Oh, I can do that? Ah, ok thenâ€¦ Thanks!

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Sum of Digits / Digital Root" kata

Why don't you ask in the solution instead of posting a solution in Discourse? That way, the people who submited that solution will be notified and it's more likely they answer you how it works. I bet there is already an explanation there.

• ###### Algorevcreated a question for "Sum of Digits / Digital Root" kata

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• ###### Aeoliancommented on "Even or Odd" haskell solution

Yeah....I don't know either now....
It is completely of no use, feel free to skip it.

• ###### Algorevcommented on "Even or Odd" haskell solution

You didn't need to put that in a lambda.

• ###### Algorevcommented on "Even or Odd" haskell solution

Why did you define the constant o?

• ###### Algorevcreated an issue for "My First Kata - Greetings!" kata

Should go for the "learning to program" level.

• ###### Algorevcommented on "Sum of a sequence" kata

This is almost too easy in haskell...