• ###### K01egAcommented on "Matunga coins" kata

With new perfomance requirements you need to be lechevalier to solve this) I think this kata deserves 3kyu, you can see it by amount of people who solved it.

• ###### K01egAcommented on "Blobservation" kata

If the list input contains any invalid values, discard it entirely

• ###### diarmuidmorgancommented on "7×7 Skyscrapers" python solution

I had 400 lines of code...

• ###### YSMullcommented on "Isomorphism" kata

hi @K01egA , g . f is not equivalent to f . g
if f: A->B and g: B->A
then

f . g = id_B
g . f = id_A

which imply that for all element b in B, we have id_B(b) = b
and for all element a in A ,we have id_A(a) = a

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Oh no!

Fixed.

• ###### K01egAcommented on "ASCII Games: Warning: Ice!" kata

Testcase 'Undertale, ice tic-tac-toe puzzle (edited)' has new line character after last line. Is it issue?

• ###### K01egAcommented on "Multi Line Task++: Hello World" kata

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• ###### Voilecommented on "Isomorphism" kata

There are 4 possible things that might happen, not just 2. And only 1 of them is problematic, really.

• ###### K01egAcommented on "Isomorphism" kata

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• ###### Voilecommented on "Isomorphism" kata

Just put in whatever that makes it type-check.

• ###### K01egAcommented on "Isomorphism" kata

I understand that some cases like isoUnMaybe isoBaz are impossible. How proofs should be represented in code? return undefined, throw error, change function type?

• ###### rexjwcommented on "7×7 Skyscrapers" python solution

So impressive!

25000...! ;o