Lyanna shared 50 (or put in 50) and then borrowed (or took out 500). so in total Lyanna borrowed (took out) 450. but the 'kitty' is shared 50/50, so half of what Lyanna took out is for her to use, and the other half (225) should be for Elia. So Lyanna owes Elia that 225. hopefully that makes sense...

This kata feels like: "please guess the operation to calculate the outcome" with no example provided on how things are being calculated.
Let's understand this one:

I don't get it, Lyanna borrowed 500 for personal expenses, thus Lyanna owes 500 to Elia. But she payed for a shared cost of 50. So it's 50/2 that's shared among the 2, so 25. 500-25=475...why does she owes Elia just 225?

I am just getting errors when submitting a previously working solution, although you can no longer pass it just by pressing submit like before. I am just learning so not sure if it is still pass-able :)

This solution incorrectly checks for subfunction but still passes the tests.

This does not apply to all kata versions.

A little typo in the description: "... checks if the first a[gr]ument n is divisible".

Duplicate issue

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this is what i understand is going on:

Lyanna shared 50 (or put in 50) and then borrowed (or took out 500). so in total Lyanna borrowed (took out) 450. but the 'kitty' is shared 50/50, so half of what Lyanna took out is for her to use, and the other half (225) should be for Elia. So Lyanna owes Elia that 225. hopefully that makes sense...

This kata feels like: "please guess the operation to calculate the outcome" with no example provided on how things are being calculated.

Let's understand this one:

I don't get it, Lyanna borrowed 500 for personal expenses, thus Lyanna owes 500 to Elia. But she payed for a shared cost of 50. So it's 50/2 that's shared among the 2, so 25. 500-25=475...why does she owes Elia just 225?

I am just getting errors when submitting a previously working solution, although you can no longer pass it just by pressing submit like before. I am just learning so not sure if it is still pass-able :)

Can you check now? I wasn't the author of the C# version and I'm a bit rusty on C#.

Can you check now? I wasn't the author of the C# version and I'm a bit rusty on C#.

Just returning true passes all the tests in C#, please fix.

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