• ###### benjaminzwhitecommented on "How many strings use all symbols of a given alphabet at least once" python solution

Ahh! Maybe I should change title/wording to avoid easy googling solutions?

Something like "Words with no missing letters" or something like that?

• ###### Mercy Madmaskcommented on "How many strings use all symbols of a given alphabet at least once" python solution

To be fair I just googled and copy-pasted the formula.

• ###### benjaminzwhitecommented on "How many strings use all symbols of a given alphabet at least once" python solution

Nice using inclusion exclusion principle

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• ###### CougarCcommented on "Assemble string" python solution

Hello, I don't understand the " c.discard('*') or c and c.pop() " part, what is the meaning of this expression and how does it work?

• ###### __0xAC3__commented on "Jaden Casing Strings" python solution

WTH!!??lol!

"Character on odd index"

• ###### MForrest00commented on "Jaden Casing Strings" python solution

yo

I wanted to avoid the obvious index/find.

• ###### Mercy Madmaskcommented on "Configurations of White and Black Knights on a 3x3 chessboard" python solution

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• ###### Super_Delphicommented on "Gravity Flip" python solution

As long as you provide an expression that is of boolean type, you can do it! :)

• ###### boyancicommented on "Wordle! Cheat bot" kata

Because if it were valid, the feedback for SACRAMENTARIANS would've been different. Explaining further would be a spoiler, and figuring out why and coding it is typically the last step for solving this kata.

• ###### ajbrincommented on "Wordle! Cheat bot" kata

Why is 'REPAIRABILITIES' invalid?

• ###### FArekkusucommented on "Probation Officer - Restitution Arrearage Calculator" kata

The formula used to calculate the "current restituiton arrearage", as it is called in the output string provided by you, is `max(0, expected_payment_before_review - actual_payment)`. The term "arrearage" means "something unpaid and overdue" - how on earth can you be "negatively in debt"?

• ###### stevemartiscommented on "Probation Officer - Restitution Arrearage Calculator" kata

If it is negative, it is an arrearage. Multiplying by -1 makes it positive. This is so you can print out the arrearage as a positive.