• ###### JohanWiltinkcreated a suggestion for "Last digits of N^2 == N" kata

JS update

• This fork changes the description.
• This fork makes native arbitrary precision arithmetic available.
• This fork changes the requirements slightly: `BigInt` instead of `String`, and `n <= 4 000` in line with the Haskell original. ( What does `5 000` have that `4 000` does not, C#, Java and Python !? )
• ###### JohanWiltinkcommented on "Last digits of N^2 == N" kata

Input ranges are given for all languages. You have nothing to complain about.

• ###### IvanHernandezAcreated a suggestion for "Fabergé Easter Eggs crush test" kata

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• ###### darkmaincreated an issue for "Fabergé Easter Eggs crush test" kata

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• ###### kritin JPcommented on "Fabergé Easter Eggs crush test" kata

This is kind of a sub optimal method to solve the problem no? there is a TedEd video on something similar to this. so if you want to find out what exactly the methodology for obtaining the number of floors is, look it up (The problem on the teded youtube channel has a fixed number of floors but you have to find minimum tries).

• ###### kritin JPcommented on "Fabergé Easter Eggs crush test" kata

You can drop an the first egg at floors 14, 14+13, 14+13+12 and so on i think

• ###### ejini战神resolved an issue on "Fabergé Easter Eggs crush test" kata

this is added in harder version, closing

• ###### B1tsresolved an issue on "Fabergé Easter Eggs crush test" kata

Then go solve another kata. Over 1000 completions say that it's understandable enough, and your comment with no examples or suggestions doesn't count as a kata issue.

• ###### rospoliscommented on "Fabergé Easter Eggs crush test" kata

This is a very difficult kata. I solved it only ... after solving 1kyu continuatin of this kata. So my advice for anyone else struggling (like I did for days) would be to think how you would solve the related 1kyu kata which would enable to rule out some of the standard approaches that should be more than sufficient for this 3kyu kata but which in fact are not. Also tags on ths kata are incorrect and while you might/should start with writing the equations that would be used for Linear Programming this kata is not solved by Linear Programming.

• ###### Mr.Midnightcommented on "Fabergé Easter Eggs crush test" kata

How do you throw an egg?!

• ###### ysysysc07created an issue for "Fabergé Easter Eggs crush test" kata

I can't understand the description...

:D