• ###### HerveGodinotcommented on "Sum and Rest the Number with its Reversed and See What Happens" ruby solution

That's some trolling indeed

• ###### StrayCamelcommented on "Irreducible Sum of Rationals" r solution

Smart way to do recursive function in R, thanks a lot.

• ###### Emzed89commented on "Tribonacci Sequence" r solution

It's a great feature of R ;)

• ###### bimbobananabreadcommented on "Tribonacci Sequence" r solution

Love the check for zero using conversion to logical!

• ###### Emzed89commented on "Replace Keys" kata

Yeah that's very confusing.

• ###### Emzed89commented on "Beeramid" ruby solution

beautiful work

• ###### Emzed89commented on "Sum and Rest the Number with its Reversed and See What Happens" ruby solution

Why do people for this as best practice?

• ###### Chrono79resolved an issue on "Plus - minus - plus - plus - ... - Count" kata

You can already see that in the example in the description.

• ###### Emzed89created an issue for "Plus - minus - plus - plus - ... - Count" kata

The description needs to address how to handle 0, that knowledge is obviously required to pass the tests.

Oh well.

• ###### Emzed89commented on "Consecutive items" ruby solution

You're right, but the kata description explicitly says "It is guaranteed that a and b are both present in arr", so for this specific task this does the trick.

• ###### Daniel-ltwcommented on "Consecutive items" ruby solution

If `a` or `b` does not exist in the arr, we can't do `-` on nil.
This is a clever solution, but does not deal with edge cases.

• ###### srgrumyantsevcommented on "Fibonacci on roids" kata

Thanks a lot!
That solved my issue.

• ###### Blind4Basicsresolved a question on "Fibonacci on roids" kata

bad test design, but bad practice on your side too: you're modifying the input arrays. => make copies of them

• ###### Blind4Basicscreated an issue for "Fibonacci on roids" kata

python: the user can modify the inputs (see just below / I guess it will be the same in other languages)