• Insistedcommented on "Tribonacci Sequence" kata

But i written this code in VSC on my PC and here was nothing wrong
So what's the difference?

Try calling your function a few times with cases from the sample test case. I just tried your code, and Nope! it is only able to pass few test cases before exceeding CW's Time Out limit

Same for C.

• hobovskycommented on "Tribonacci Sequence" kata

But i written this code in VSC on my PC and here was nothing wrong
So what's the difference?

Most probably you did not test your code with inputs which cannot be handled by your solution. You tested it only with inputs which work.

• rowcasedcommented on "Tribonacci Sequence" kata

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• Insistedcommented on "Tribonacci Sequence" kata

it definitely is possible, i just submitted my code
edit: and i regretted not refactoring my code before submitting

• Tooca_revcommented on "Tribonacci Sequence" kata

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• GiacomoSorbiresolved an issue on "Tribonacci Sequence" kata

And with a total amount of submissions going soon to be 10k, how interesting that nobody never noticed that the kata does not work, uh?

• Tooca_revcreated an issue for "Tribonacci Sequence" kata

Only this kata doesn't work...
Execution Timed Out
Whole day i tried to attempt my solution but still the same

• Bog0ssocommented on "Ones and Zeros" javascript solution

This best solution are the simplest!

• Chrono79commented on "Tribonacci Sequence" kata

No, the signature always contains 3 numbers but you should return the first n elements of the sequence (signature included) with n >= 0.

• DreiKammcommented on "Tribonacci Sequence" kata

I believe this kata may have a bug, in the instructions it states "Signature will always contain 3 numbers", I was able to successfully pass every test except for these two:
Expected: equal to [ 1, 2 ]
Actual: [ 1, 2, 3 ]
Expected: equal to [ 8, 7 ]
Actual: [ 8, 7, 9 ]

is this an issue with the problem?

nice!

• AbdullahTreescommented on "Queue time counter" kata

My God if this is not one of the most convoluted and vague questions I've seen in 7 kyu... I don't understand what the question wants me to do.

• akar-0created a suggestion for "Queue time counter" kata

COBOL translation. I completed the description with a detail for COBOL solution (this language is one-indexed so `position` is different from 0-indexed languages), and removed the link toward the performance kata, which is currently a draft, and cannot be completed.

• IsaacCastroCisneroscommented on "Ones and Zeros" javascript solution

join() join up the array elements in a string, and parseInt() convert the array in decimal,the second value 2 in the method represent the decimal number system