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Make a function to generate random strings, then in the Male and Female catergories, add a random amount of random strings to each category
Yes, it's not supposed to work, Idk how they validated it!
You have to add brackets as follows :
See Microsoft's documentation about string interpolation using
overload )) I thought the fork was removed ))
So, you fork a Kumite titled "...without converting to string", and put a string conversion in the code..
Perhaps fork one of the ones that have done this predictable, inefficient approach to death..
You don't really need number of digits for this; you can just repeatedly divide the input number by 10 on each loop until it hits zero (or mods to 3)
If you're going to do this you don't need the ToCharArray or the ToList; LINQ will operate on a string as if it were a sequence of chars
Adds random tests.
Fixed for Java, too
Since everything for these languages is closed, I think this issue may be closed now~
Fixed for C#, too
Less lines != good code
return 0;in initial solution setup
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