• ###### docgunthropcreated a suggestion for "Super Coordinate Sums!" kata

Elixir translation awaiting approval.

• ###### Andrey1960commented on "Super Coordinate Sums!" kata

I also agree with the user eliseuvideira who sent this message:

The description is very confusing for anyone that is not native speaker,
please make it clear what I need to do to complete this kata.

If possible, show the code how to generate an array (or a hint where you can find it!) From tuples with such values D = 3 N = 3 and so that the sum is 81 as in Kata's task ---- super_sum (3, 3), 81)
Even in the example for Kath’s decision, it’s not clear how the list was created. If D = 2 and N = 3 the answer is 18 which would be the sum of every number in the following:

[
[(0,0), (0,1), (0,2)],
[(1,0), (1,1), (1,2)],
[(2.0), (2.1), (2.2)]
]

• ###### bbadgercommented on "Super Coordinate Sums!" kata

Thanks!

Stick to int.

• ###### jistjoalalcommented on "Super Coordinate Sums!" kata

What would someone who does not recognize this from school google to learn about it?

• ###### eliseuvideiracommented on "Super Coordinate Sums!" kata

Ok, i just got confused with the wording, thank you for explaining.

• ###### Blind4Basicscommented on "Super Coordinate Sums!" kata

D is the number of dimensions, N is the length on each dimension.

=> D=2, N=3 means a "2D squared array" 3x3. No contradiction with the description, afaik.

• ###### eliseuvideiracommented on "Super Coordinate Sums!" kata

I don't undestand what D and N means, because the example is very confusing, so if N is the length of each item of the array and D is the length the array, D=2, N=3 results in a array of 2 lengths, with each item being an array of 3 elements, but the example shows an array of 3 elements by 3 elements, which contradicts the paragraphs before.
The description is very confusing for anyone that is not native speaker, please make it clear what I need to do to complete this kata. Thanks.

• ###### bbadgercommented on "Super Coordinate Sums!" kata

Nice kata. On the large Python tests my code output experiences precision error (1E-12 or so) on here but is arbitrarily precise when I run on my personal machine (python 3.7.3). Anyone have a suggestion?

• ###### induhiucreated a suggestion for "Super Coordinate Sums!" kata

Prolog Translation with random tests, please approve!

• ###### anter69created a suggestion for "FizzBuzz++" kata

Ruby translation kumited, including random tests. Please check and approve (author is inactive)