I believe I understand now what you are communicating. The phone number for each random test is generated dyanmically and unique for each test. I updated the random tests to have a greater probability (~50%) that the randomly generated phone number will be a valid one, thus causing the random test to expect $true instead of $false.

'approved some time ago'

'alr approved some time ago'

'alr approved some time ago'

this ($a * $b) * $c is the same like this $a * $b * $c

($a + $b) + $c = $a + ($b + $c)

and ...

duplicate !!!

this is basic knowladge in math

needs random tests

https://www.codewars.com/kumite/5b132128d66fe93f2b000048?sel=5d6c7b49ac739b0029164030

thanks for catching that, just fixed

$actual and $expected are swapped in the random test assertion.

I believe I understand now what you are communicating. The phone number for each random test is generated dyanmically and unique for each test. I updated the random tests to have a greater probability (~50%) that the randomly generated phone number will be a valid one, thus causing the random test to expect $true instead of $false.

But they expect false.

`$PhoneNumber -eq "(123) 456-7890"`

passes all the tests.The fixed tests have a mix of expecting true and false. The random tests will dynamically determine if the expected value is true or false

It looks like random tests always expect

`$false`

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