• ###### Hlessirahcommented on "Fairness" kata

I was thinking the same thing. An example would help quite a bit.

• ###### Hlessirahcommented on "Triangle type" kata

OMG thank you, that worked!

• ###### SagePtrcommented on "Triangle type" kata

This function accepts three parameters instead of one array. You might want to use the rest parameters syntax to accept an array as function parameters.

• ###### Hlessirahcommented on "Triangle type" kata

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• ###### Hlessirahcommented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

Okay, if you say so. It's just that, assuming all pancakes have 2 sides, which each take 1 minute/side, there should not be any odd numbered solutions, if the premise of the question is correct.
I still take issue with this question as it is phrased. Perhaps if the question were phrased more clearly, perhaps it would be better.

• ###### NunoOliveiracommented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

If it really was logically incorrect, this kata wouldn't have been approved.

• ###### Hlessirahcommented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

There's no "tricky" about it. It's just logically incorrect, and it seems like many other people think so as well.

• ###### Ayemimawcommented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

Good thing I read the discussions here, was able to get the idea. I solved it! Thank youuuu!

• ###### tarashevchuk0401commented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

How can you expect 3 (minutes) when each pancakes need one minute for each side ? Or maybe you prefer semi cooked pancakes?... or i didn't understand something ?

• ###### NunoOliveiracommented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

400 people have solved this. It's supposed to be tricky, you need to think outside the box.

• ###### Hlessirahcommented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

This cannot be right. I've even had friends double-check my logic, and they all agree that my code should work, and that whoever wrote the problem was incorrect.
imo I think the person who made this needs to take it down and fix it.

• ###### ejini战神created an issue for "Where's Wally" kata

Python:

parameter should not shadow a builtin

• ###### Hlessirahcommented on "Where's Wally" kata

As far as I can tell, it doesn't show which tests fail. That would be helpful if it did.