• ###### YankaZabkacommented on "+1 Array" javascript solution

if the given array is equal [9,9,9], the answer should be [1,0,0,0]. Because of this, to [0,0,0], you must add [1].
By the way, could you please explain how BigIn() works in your solution? Looks very interesting

• ###### codeking.04created a suggestion for "N odd, 1/N even" kata

Can you please edit the writing part? It is pretty ugly and confusing. It can be done better. :)

• ###### Gers2017commented on "A function to display Mottos for Westerosi Houses" kata

As a sugegstion you could preload the houses array so people don't need to copy paste it in the code

• ###### Gers2017commented on "N odd, 1/N even" python solution

this blow my mind

• ###### Kacarottcommented on "N odd, 1/N even" kata

Where does he ask that? He sets up a recursive relationship with a single integer input. Would you consider factorial(x) to be a map/filter/reduce kata?

• ###### Gers2017commented on "N odd, 1/N even" kata

Thanks for the feedback. They're pretty random now

• ###### Gers2017commented on "N odd, 1/N even" kata

Thanks! now the js test cases doesn't use assert.deepEqual instead they use assert.closeTo

• ###### FArekkusucommented on "N odd, 1/N even" kata

The issue is not the possible use of map/filter/reduce functions, but the fact that the author is asking to write a for loop mapping/filtering/reducing something.

• ###### Kacarottcommented on "N odd, 1/N even" kata

I understand that you could use map/filter/reduce, but I don't think that is the only, or even easiest way.

It seems a bit pedantic to be marking an issue, just because certain functions/tools could be used to solve it.

• ###### 李俊熠created a suggestion for "N odd, 1/N even" kata

Random Test is Not random enough.

• ###### rowcasedcommented on "N odd, 1/N even" kata

ReferenceError: assert is not defined
at Context.<anonymous> (test.js:9:5)
at processImmediate (internal/timers.js:461:21)

• ###### FArekkusucreated an issue for "N odd, 1/N even" kata

Trivial map/filter/reduce is not a novel kata idea.

• ###### dfhwzecommented on "N odd, 1/N even" kata

A ')' too many at the end.

assert.deepEqual(nole(5), 1.875));

• ###### rowcasedcreated an issue for "N odd, 1/N even" kata

js sample tests are broken