• ###### fibonaccioscommented on "Escape!" kata

No problem, it was a lovely challenge!

Thanks!! :)

• ###### fibonaccioscommented on "Escape!" kata

Approved as a 3kyu.

fixed

• ###### romaxa11commented on "Coloured Triangles" kata

Great Kata! Thank you!

• ###### farhanadityacreated a suggestion for "Swap items in a dictionary" kata

JavaScript translation kumited. It turned out to be even harder than solving the kata ;)

• ###### farhanadityacommented on "Swap items in a dictionary" kata

Pretty fun kata. It's quite harder than I thought.

• ###### farhanadityacommented on "Alphabetically ordered " kata

I didn't knew you can straight up copy other kata's test cases, provided they test an entirely different things.

• ###### Avantacommented on "Next polydivisible number in any base" kata

Sorry, I probably wouldn't be too interested, although I could edit the Python translation if someone else makes a reference test case for a difference language.

It's not really much of an issue, which is why I only marked as a suggestion. If you're happy with the test cases currently, then I can just approve the kata if you'd like.

• ###### JohanWiltinkcommented on "Next polydivisible number in any base" kata

Precalculating maximum polydivisible numbers for bases from `2` to `62` inclusive would make it possible to write a random generator that generates a base and a number larger than the largest possible polydivisible number in that base.

I'm not precalculating that stuff myself, and I don't know how to then do the tests in Python. But it would be a useful start to get those tests in. Can I interest you in that?

• ###### Avantacommented on "Next polydivisible number in any base" kata

I understand. The only thing is, my solution uses a heursitic that only holds when b <= 10, so technically I have an incorrect solution. I didn't have to tune this number as it wasn't tested for b > 10.

• ###### JohanWiltinkresolved a suggestion on "Next polydivisible number in any base" kata

There are fixed tests for that. In light of your below question, it would probably take quite some ( testing and generating ) time to generate those values specifically, or it would require hardcoding.

I like random tests that are completely, fully random, and there is no specific random generator for overly big numbers ( that'd be the way to ensure it ), though there is a decent chance at least some will be generated, especially for smaller bases.

It might be nice to have, but I just did not specifically include it, and I'm not adding it now.

• ###### Avantacommented on "Sequence Duality and "Magical" Extrapolation (Binomial Transform)" kata

No problem. Congrats on creating your first kata :D

• ###### Quaternionscommented on "Sequence Duality and "Magical" Extrapolation (Binomial Transform)" kata

@Avanta I'll be repeating myself but THANKS AGAIN!! :)

"""And yeah, don't think of it like wasted time, since you learnt some new stuff."""
Indeed :) [And I had fun implementing the little "tricks" for those -now removed- "quick tests"]

"""And good luck with the BF translation ahahaha."""
Haha; in fact I might end up really doing it (I mean probably not a "translation" [in particular if the "level of difficulty" automatically "remains the same" (does it?..I'd guess so...)]; but a BF Kata based on this one: it came to me yesterday morning (or was it the day before?) when waking up: I thought "hmmm; in which other language could I try to translate this... lol Obviously not BrainF..WAIT a minute! :o This could actually be Amazing as a BF challenge!!? :D " [obviously working "directly on bytes" and not bothering about any "ASCII conversion"; that would probably be too sadistic/annoying otherwise...^^] ==> "Extrapolating (sequences of) bytes :D")

EDIT: """No problem. Congrats on creating your first kata :D""" ==> Thanks ! :D (...again^^)