• ###### trashy_incelcreated an issue for "Float or Integer verifier" kata

Python:

• the tests framework is not properly used (missing describe/it)
• the input is confusingly named `arr`, even though it is a string
• ###### user9644768created an issue for "Float or Integer verifier" kata

no random tests.
(check my solution) :P

• ###### FArekkusuresolved an issue on "Float or Integer verifier" kata

verifies that provided argument is either an integer or a floating-point number

• ###### G_kuldeepcreated an issue for "Float or Integer verifier" kata

How this is integer `-3.2` : expacts True

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Playing with digits" kata

Could you explain how "12, 88, 816 and even 1180344 (and of course, 2360688 itself)" are also solutions of `digPow(46288, 3)`? I think you're not understanding what to do, the solution is unique or doesn't exist (in that case you have to return -1).

Without a stated upper limit on `n` and `k`

`n` doesn't need a limit, a single value is passed to you (as it is `p`), you have to work with that, nothing more. `k` is what you have to find.

• ###### Good O-mancommented on "Playing with digits" kata

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• ###### FArekkusuresolved a question on "Float or Integer verifier" kata

Print the input.

• ###### Blind4Basicscommented on "Float or Integer verifier" kata

-> "I don't think there's a situation when 6.e+2 would count as a number..."

In python (at least) : 6.e+2 is the float 600.0, so this notation has to be considered as a number, actually.

• ###### ghostbugcommented on "Float or Integer verifier" kata

Error messages were not that clear when submitting the solution. Argument name why "arr"??? Function name could be something more obvious, not that it was hard to understand but as a good standard.

• ###### ChristianECoopercommented on "Float or Integer verifier" kata

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• ###### aggronachocreated a question for "Float or Integer verifier" kata

Is there a way to show what numbers fail in the regex pattern?
I tested my regex and 74 expression passed but 8 expression failed, I would like to know what numbers didn't pass the regex. I tested the regex and seems to look ok.

• ###### JS01commented on "Float or Integer verifier" kata

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• ###### Unnamedcommented on "Float or Integer verifier" kata

What about leading and trailing zero which are ignored by try/float()/except solutions?

• ###### Unnamedcommented on "Float or Integer verifier" kata

There should be a test with only one dot since some regexp solutions consider it a valid float.

• ###### Katzen_gottcommented on "Float or Integer verifier" kata

I think, it should be mentioned somewhere that there should be no spaces in notation. Otherwise '- 12' should be considered as integer.