• ###### rowcasedcommented on "Do you speak "English"?" python solution

Honey has done `20` more kata since! Let's goooooooooooo

• ###### VanessaGcommented on "Do you speak "English"?" python solution

This is the Monday motivation we all need! Very well said Misuta π₯°

• ###### MisutΔ Robottocommented on "Do you speak "English"?" python solution

Hope 8 months later you rised this level. I did the same exact solution and I only practised for a couple of months and katas, but while you progress you'll see (and this message is going to those who feels the same, and I think all of we felt once at last) that you learn from previous katas new ways and methods to programming, sometimes you need bit more knowledge learn see it from another point of view. I've made a document with all katas I did, my solution and other solutions I feel interesting. If I don't understand some or whatever I ask ChatGPT; we didn't learned knowing all, right? Somebody machine or not, AI or not have to teach us. So, Ganbatte kudasai, minasan! (And sorry for my english, writting fast, sleeped poorly...)

• ###### xiaohouzicommented on "Count of positives / sum of negatives" rust solution

I don't think that it's one of the best solutions: here filter is called two times, so it's likely that you iterate two time on input, which is unnecessay. This can be solve with a vanilla for loop & one if.

nice

• ###### rowcasedcommented on "Do you speak "English"?" python solution
``````     nineteen kata now
will become nineteen hundred
but first, one ninety
``````
• ###### HoneyBesuClaircommented on "Do you speak "English"?" python solution

I wish I could produce clean code like this. sigh, back to practicing...

I dig this

• ###### JMC2002commented on "Tribonacci Sequence" cpp solution

There will be 'RVO'.

• ###### oximascommented on "Fake Binary" cpp solution

this is voddo

• ###### Tom H. Lautenbachercommented on "String repeat" ruby solution

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• ###### 8fdafs2commented on "The Feast of Many Beasts" rust solution

In the worst situation creating four iterators but using only the first & last yields

• ###### Luk-ESCcommented on "Do you speak "English"?" python solution

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• ###### brianreycommented on "Count of positives / sum of negatives" rust solution

Great solution ππ

• ###### mxwilcommented on "The Feast of Many Beasts" rust solution

Question from a noob β would this (at scale, for instance) use more memory by creating two separate iterators, or would the compiler optimise this somehow?