• ###### Vasile70Tanasacommented on "Volume of the Largest Cube that Fits Inside a Given Cylinder" python solution

Thanks for suggestion.

• ###### EuphoCodescommented on "Volume of the Largest Cube that Fits Inside a Given Cylinder" python solution

nice, could use some spaces for cleanliness tho.

• ###### D3f4ultKrakencommented on "Sudoku Strategies - Hidden Single" python solution

bro we are just a list of the first 7 people who actually completed this kata

hmm smart:))

• ###### soolimancommented on "Product of Largest Pair" python solution

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• ###### VGukalovcommented on "Count the smiley faces!" c solution

Nice trick with idx!
Though, take a reptiloid with respect :~D))))~~~

• ###### forawhilecommented on "Cats and shelves" python solution

My code is definitely bad, correct?)))

• ###### Nemiopcommented on "Write your own pseudorandom number generator!" python solution

Your solution is awesome for first tests :)))
I like your persistance to pass them)

• ###### Nemiopcommented on "Write your own pseudorandom number generator!" python solution

Your solution is similar to my initial one.
The idea of the "seed" is to iterate it each time.

Ex.
Init random(10)
random() -> seed = 11
random() -> seed = 12

The author doesn't want us to use additional counter :)

• ###### srpanallcommented on "SevenAte9" python solution

Is there a best practice for using raw strings? I'm still learning and want to always use them so I don't forget. Also, if I go back and edit a regex, I don't want to worry about adding it in or taking it out and causing an issue.

• ###### AndrewB31415commented on "SevenAte9" python solution

Super cool, will have to study this properly

• ###### MSKosecommented on "SevenAte9" python solution

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clean nice!

• ###### dinglemousecommented on "FIXME: Hello" c solution

leaks name memory if name set multiple times?