Fun kata.

Nice kata.

Nice kata.

• ###### kaluginpetercommented on "Perform operation to make string empty" kata

Thank you so much bro. Glad that u enjoed

• ###### Cloud Walkercommented on "Perform operation to make string empty" kata

I usually skip the performance kata but this one drew me in and I enjoyed the challenge.

• ###### Cloud Walkerresolved a question on "Simple Fun #183: Direction In Grid" kata

I see. Imagining it this way clears up my confusion. Thank you.

• ###### hobovskycommented on "Simple Fun #183: Direction In Grid" kata

"Turn" and "go" are two different things. When you turn, you turn relatively to your current direction. Just imagine yourself standing in a maze: you do not know if you are facing east, or west, or north, or south, but you know what to do when you need to "turn right".

The problem here is that the statement uses the term "right" as both relative direction (when you should turn), and as an absolute direction (when you move).

• ###### Cloud Walkercreated a question for "Simple Fun #183: Direction In Grid" kata

Start at upper left square and at end of row "turn right". This is confusing. Shouldn't it say "go down" since the four directions are defined as left, right, up and down? At 3 you are already facing right, so how can you turn right?

• ###### Cloud Walkercreated a suggestion for "Array combinations" kata

Nice kata.
Combinatorics tag.

• ###### Cloud Walkercommented on "#4 Matrices: Process for a Square Matrix" kata

Oops. Don't know how I missed that. Thanks.

• ###### Just4FunCodercommented on "#4 Matrices: Process for a Square Matrix" kata

We need the following values rounded to the closest integer

$\text{round}(\frac{8}{3}) = \text{round}(2.666...) = 3$

• ###### Cloud Walkercommented on "#4 Matrices: Process for a Square Matrix" kata

[8/3] = 3? How does this work? Something must be wrong with my calculator.

• ###### Cloud Walkercreated a question for "Fruit Machine" kata
2. Each reel has 10 different items.

3. The three reel inputs may be different.

How can the 3 reels be different when each reel must contain 10 different items and there are only 10 different items to choose from in scoring? Does he mean arranged differently? Or maybe items not included in scoring can be included in the reels? If that's the case it should be stated clearly.

• ###### Cloud Walkercommented on "GCD Matrix" kata

Description is confusing. All that is really needed is to take the gcd of every value in a with every value in b, then take take the sum of those gcd's, then return the average rounded to 3 decimal places.