• ###### markeevcommented on "You're a square!" dart solution

You can use "i * i <= n + 1" instead of "i <= n;". It removes redundant calculations.

• ###### dsaglam94commented on "Maximum Multiple" javascript solution

I dislike this solution cuz it reminds me how bad I am at math.

• ###### slashrandazzocommented on "Maximum Multiple" javascript solution

I don't think I ever learned that in math class.

• ###### dummyaccountcommented on "Correct my English - Series #1 - Capitalization and Full-Stops" kata

how do u even do this?

me too

• ###### Pyloonscommented on "You're a square!" dart solution

I found some algorithm paper about how to make a sqrt().that's awesome O(1) algorithm.

• ###### Ciszowskicommented on "Gap in Primes" kata

I've got the same issue, is that impossible then to resolve that problem ?
I could not understand how to fix that unsupported type problem.

• ###### SergioGutierrezVillalbacommented on "Maximum Multiple" javascript solution

Nice use of the properties of the divisions, Euclides would be proud of you guys. Simply and clever.

• ###### webmisfitcommented on "Maximum Multiple" javascript solution

This solution made me a fool

• ###### user8436785commented on "You're a square!" dart solution

Yes, but once the square is found, it returns => breaks out of the loop.

• ###### hvitiscommented on "You're a square!" dart solution

That would take long to compute for bigger numbers, no?

Approved

• ###### xehpukcommented on "Maximum Multiple" javascript solution

This is not clever, it's best practice. Don't be fooled by the strange votes.

• ###### Unnamedcommented on ""Grasshopper - Summation" NASM Translation"

Merge conflict.
The solution in the tests should better be `static`.
(And `div` is after `mul`, so there was no problem.)

• ###### Souzookacommented on ""Grasshopper - Summation" NASM Translation"

Should all be appropriately fixed.