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• ###### arssonistcommented on "Boxlines" kata

I don't get it. More explantion needed

• ###### wthit56created an issue for "Cubes in the box" kata

The description says to count 1*1*1 cubes. The example counts 2*2*2 cubes. What size cubes are we meant to be using? XD

• ###### AndyKhang404commented on "Cubes in the box" kata

You were supposed to only use `1*1*1` cubes

• ###### litoralcreativocommented on "Cubes in the box" kata

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• ###### rathesh77commented on "Boxlines" kata

found it a bit hard for a 7kyu kata! The hardest thing to achieve is to visualize the problem in your head :)

• ###### uttumuttucommented on "Cubes in the box" kata

I feel this kata is closer to Squares in a Rectangle, just in 3D instead of 2D.

• ###### AndyKhang404commented on "Cubes in the box" kata

The fun fact is just for fun :)
I don't think these two katas are that similar, but who knows?
Boxlines may give you some insights to start with, but won't entirely point it out

• ###### dfhwzecommented on "Cubes in the box" kata

The fun fact has any meaning for this kata?
Closely related kata: Boxlines -> distinct enough or too similar?

• ###### ejini战神resolved a question on "Boxlines" kata

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• ###### ejini战神resolved a suggestion on "Boxlines" kata

All approved by author? / someone XDDDD ^^

• ###### trashy_incelcommented on "Boxlines" kata

they're 3D, not 2D ;-) your box would be 2 * 1 * 0

• ###### StathisKcreated a question for "Boxlines" kata

In the Details, It says that a 2 * 1 * 1 box will have 20 edges.
Shouldn't it be 7?

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• ###### trashy_incelcommented on "Boxlines" kata

I dont know C++ and templates, but for C, since the user code and the tests are in different compilation units, the user can do whatever he wants with the function (changing the return type and the number and types of the parameters), as long as the name stays the same. And you cannot do anything against it (unless you read the source code and try to see what he did)