Python version should use snake_case.
You're probably relying on undefined behaviour.
Expected: 1414, instead got: 590
On my computer, the result is correct
I sent my solution but it didn’t work, everything works on my computer, checked all cases
Looks like everything's working alright now.
the space specified in join will not be the first character, but rather the seperator between the joined values of the list
input '888a 999a'
Visual Studio Code (highest possible js version) sort with localeCompare => 888a 999a
JS version 8 (highest possible js version for this very kata) => 999a 888a
Hey! Could someone do a clarification on one thing here?
So, as I understand, what we do here - we add to a space symbol alphabet number of a character, and all these is kind of "wrapped" in comprehension.
But what I don't get - why as a result we have a string with symbol number in a first place, but not with space?
wow very nice, clean and short code.. apparently many people used 'ord' to achieve this I need to review this ord .. the only thing that came to my mind was enumerate (https://www.codewars.com/kata/reviews/546f92300e7b08fe6100001c/groups/5e9d40f57ea8470001037558)
Congrats on this cool code
Ex: 586c5 9x7711 885y8 761z3 3b896 87b7 6x98 d86475 100a0 9327a1 9206z3
Codewar showing : It should work for random inputs too - Expected: -84271, instead got: -80447
my own test environment showing : Result = -84271
Is there any idea what am I missing ?
Sort Update : I was using "localeCompare" function for string compare and now changed to string.prototype.charCodeAt() function for the comparision. BUt nothing changed in codewar. I am still failing here but passing in my own system.
Additional pair of brackets  for indicating list comp would make code more readable.
Non English letters return True for isalpha()
Why is ord() a bad practise ?
Thank you @davidjdv! That was an interesting read and is good to know.