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Lol well played to you I thought you had the win
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What's the deal with
1e9change its value depending on the platform?
Ok, thanks! I changed the description, and I hope it's alright now.
Again, the task isn't that hard that the description is absolutely necessary to solve it.
And again, I think that's the specific reason why "others don't have a problem with it": they just did like I did: they totally ignored the description to find out the way to solve the problem looking only at the pictures. The only thing is that they didn't talk about it. ;)
Yes, that new picture finally allowed me to understand what your were describing.
I'd suggest the following modifications:
(note: With this, I'm not even sure it's still needed to name the "bridge", and I'm not sure the new picture is needed anymore)
I'm sorry, but I can't quite understand the point, and I can't just "completly" reword the description. Other seem to have no problem with it, and there is even the image that shows the pattern for different sizes. Can you please explain what exactly you want me to change? That would be also helpful if you explained how you resorted the pattern, so I can understand the problematic points that the description has.
P.S. I can also you this image, if it would be better:
would it be possible to completely reword the description...? Because, well... I understood nothing to the steps to draw the shape and totally resorted to pattern matching. And I bet that's what most users did...
This is just a glorified knapsack problem with additional flair wrapping the core task. There are already many published knapsack katas.
close this issue, we'll see later how to handle this
You don't need to list all possibilities. You need to implement a verification method to check on the fly whether the user solution is correct.
Please, respond to the message above. I really don't want to close this issue, but that is the only thing that I can do, because there is no way of implementing distribution tests into example test cases without putting testing code right there or in preloaded code. As I already said, it will be very hard and unnecesary to list all the possible solutions.
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