Fixed now. Thanks :)
Yo Mr Sorbi :)
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Hey Mate :)  versus .first :)
Again great kata. Starred and voted very satisfied. Thanks!! :)
Almost as good as my solution... :)
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4 calls to len is not best practice.
The sort order is determined by the Numpy function that is used to solve this kata.
This is not a difficult kata.
reorder(10,1) == [[4, 0, 1, 2, 3], [9, 5, 6, 7, 8]]
It is pretty obvious that the range is from 0 to 9 split into two sub arrays which are rotated by 1.
Thanks for that valid comment. I have updated the kata description to include more details.
This kata focuses on the Numpy python package and you can read up on the Numpy sorting functions here: https://docs.scipy.org/doc/numpy-1.13.0/reference/routines.sort.html#sorting
You should use Numpy to solve this kata.
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That is an interesting one liner! :)
Thanks for the great kata.