• ###### Garlcommented on "Find the missing element between two arrays" python solution

omg, i found it. this was my bad.

• ###### Voilecommented on "Find the missing element between two arrays" python solution

Given two integer arrays

• ###### Garlcommented on "Find the missing element between two arrays" python solution

This is clever but will fail if string array exists in test cases

• ###### Blind4Basicsresolved an issue on "Find the smallest integer in the array" kata

nothing to do anymore about that, so, resolving...

• ###### MrZizoScreamcreated a suggestion for "Find the smallest integer in the array" kata

@dukeofgarda Nice Kata `duke` .. C++ Translation .. Please Revise and Approve .. thanks in advance ... Regards ` Zizou`

• ###### Annaliang-webcommented on "Find the smallest integer in the array" kata

I can log the the smallest integer, but it keeps saying "TypeError: undefined is not iterable". What's the problem?

• ###### anter69created a suggestion for "Largest Difference" kata

You can always assume there is at least two value in the array, and that all values are integers.

However, the sample tests still cointain this one:

``````Test.assert_equals(most_difference([3]), 0)
``````

Furthermore, none of the examples show clearly if you want the see the biggest difference between neighbours (that's what all the sample tests suggest); or the biggest difference between any two elements in the array (that's what you expect). See:

``````[-1, 4, 4, 3, 2] ==> 5
'----' neighbours

[69, -70, -35, 69] ==> 139
'------' neighbours

[-98, 81, 0] ==> 179
'------' neighbours

[948, -479, 708, -156] ==> 1427
'--------' neighbours
``````

A simple example would make it clear, like:

``````[2, 4, 4, 3, -1] ==> 5    # not neighbours anymore...
``````
• ###### AverageWizardcommented on "Dota 2 Bots - Pudge's Meat Hook" kata
``````{ speed: 427,
start: [98, 1410],
end: [649, -745] }

Expected: [[179, 1094], 0], instead got: [[178, 1097], 0]
``````

I'm passing every sample test in Python, but when I attempted to submit final I can't pass this test. I've scratched my head and gone over my equations a good amount of times, when I finally decided to graph it in Desmos and notice the 'correct' solution isn't even on the enemy's ray of movement. https://i.imgur.com/hmgnmDo.png

• ###### AverageWizardresolved an issue on "Find the missing element between two arrays" kata

Oof, fixed. Can't believe I'm letting all these slip.

• ###### Unihedroncreated an issue for "Find the missing element between two arrays" kata

Given method is named `find_missing` in javascript but test cases expect `findMissing`.

• ###### Voilecommented on "Find the missing element between two arrays" kata

Initial code is still `find_missing`.

• ###### AverageWizardresolved an issue on "Find the missing element between two arrays" kata

Tests are now consistent, and a fixed test has been provided with duplicates missing as requested.

• ###### AverageWizardresolved an issue on "Find the missing element between two arrays" kata

Should be fixed.