• ###### Chrono79commented on "Take a Ten Minutes Walk" kata

Grab a sheet of paper and a pen, draw that path, it goes north and then east 5 times each, see that you don't end where you started. Then rethink your code.

• ###### FarkinCoolcommented on "Take a Ten Minutes Walk" kata

I still don't understand :(

• ###### FarkinCoolcommented on "Take a Ten Minutes Walk" kata

for me, el first array is 'walk', and second array is a new array that I created(this array I think is the true road), then compare both. False, if don't be the same y and the other case will be true....

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Take a Ten Minutes Walk" kata

The last one doesn't bring you back to the start, as the test label says.

• ###### FarkinCoolcommented on "Take a Ten Minutes Walk" kata

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• ###### zolotykhscommented on "Take a Ten Minutes Walk" kata

Thank you! Got it

• ###### el-fcommented on "Take a Ten Minutes Walk" kata

you need to verify that the walk is exactly 10 minutes, not `\$\le 10\$`.

• ###### zolotykhscommented on "Take a Ten Minutes Walk" kata

Good kata. How do u think why 1 test Failed? That one which "should return false to short walk". Need Hint, please

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• ###### stolexiouscommented on "Take a Ten Minutes Walk" kata

This is a good one!

• ###### Xros22commented on "Take a Ten Minutes Walk" kata

in python at least, pretty simple. suggest doing some reading up front on Cartesian planes

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• ###### Chrono79commented on "Take a Ten Minutes Walk" kata

Because your code is wrong, printing the input would help to figure out why.