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I put some ideas in this fork. Note that it has a Preloaded; for some reason that's not shown.

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Look at where you are uniq'ing.

Haskell : https://www.codewars.com/kumite/5be8bbcb9156399515000099?sel=5be8bbcb9156399515000099

You have two sums of 14 there, and although they come about with different numbers, they are not unique by the definition of the kata writer.

See explanation above

First, you are not asking:

how many combinations of 2 numbers produce an even sum

but rather:

how many **distinct** even sums can be produced by the combinations of 2 numbers

It's a major difference.

Then, at least one example (preferrably taken from the sample tests) should be explained in the description, e.g.:

[5, 6, 7, 8, 9] produces the following combinations:

[5, 6, 7, 8, 9]

[5, 6], [5, 7], [5, 8], [5, 9], [6, 7], [6, 8], [6, 9], [7, 8], [7, 9], [8, 9] sum: 11 12 13 14 13 14 15 15 16 17

The list of distinct even sums is: 12, 14, 16 which is a total count of 3

12, 14, 16

3

That's what happens when you solve a kata but do not submit your solution. Just take someonea else's code and tweak it :-)

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I put some ideas in this fork. Note that it has a

`Preloaded`

; for some reason that's not shown..

Can you approve the translation? Thanks, suic

Groovy translation kumited. Please review and approve. Thanks, suic

Approved

Haskell : https://www.codewars.com/kumite/5bfff8efce2603989b00015c?sel=5bfff8efce2603989b00015c

Look at where you are uniq'ing.

Haskell : https://www.codewars.com/kumite/5be8bbcb9156399515000099?sel=5be8bbcb9156399515000099

You have two sums of 14 there, and although they come about with different numbers, they are not unique by the definition of the kata writer.

See explanation above

First, you are not asking:

but rather:

It's a major difference.

Then, at least one example (preferrably taken from the sample tests) should be explained in the description, e.g.:

`[5, 6, 7, 8, 9]`

produces the following combinations:The list of

distincteven sums is:`12, 14, 16`

which is a total count of`3`

.

That's what happens when you solve a kata but do not submit your solution. Just take someonea else's code and tweak it :-)

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