Not a kata issue ~~
OP solved it, closing
Which value is too high for an area is it greater than 300 particles?
I think you probably need to account for both robots running out of attacks without a KO :)
This could result in an infinte loop.
The level of a gas is considered too high as soon as it is the maximum value available for all locations. This also should be stated clearly in the description.
I raise it as an issue.
It's a string ending with an empty line. I leave the issue opened since it must figure out in the description.
Description should indicate the format of the global variable (string? array?).
So I'm not sure why test#4 should result in a draw. If everything is the same for both robots then robot1 should attack first - so this robot should win. Only case of a draw in this situation would be if they both have enough health to be above 0 health after all the attacks are done.
Can someone explain how I am not understanding? Thank you!
Yep, see my reply to eb110 just above.
Yes, tests are bad in C++, one needs to add 1 to the second coordinate on random tests.
No sample tests in Coffeescript
Python new test framework should be used (Refer this & this for more detail)
Ruby 3.0 should be enabled (Refer this & this for more detail)