"She's still single. Like you, probably." Trolling poor coders, eh?
Haskell : https://www.codewars.com/kumite/5bea375d7121fd00b5000167?sel=5bea375d7121fd00b5000167
Nice output in the tests.
Confirmed. My code works in all versions now. Thanks!
I updated the Ruby and killed most of the solutions as they were not checking for what the description noted, and-or were using very basic methods which passed only due to a very simple test suite.
If the Python is still having similar issues, just raise another issue.
Ha, all languages, there is an open issue on this below, fixes inbound.
Ha, ok, the Ruby is just as bad. I will fix that one.
It looks like the Python random generator is borked as it uses fixed cases vs actually making random strings, hence you can likely have cheap solutions which just catch the edge cases. Can you fix the Python (assuming I am reading it correctly).
I checked the Ruby, it is fine (HELP!! => true), and the description says to ignore non-letter characters.
Twenty-first test case not working properly on Ruby? Expected: 5, instead got: 0 when every other test works perfectly fine and idk how the code can be off.
Number of tests increased, so such cases are generated on their own.
Should be fixed now.