The best thing you can do if you are curious (and I dont mean to force you to complete this) is to fork a solution. The next best thing you can do is to inspect the code in the description. I think that is clear enough :)
Very nice kata, can u paste the html code, please?
If you mean the output's formatting, then I made it using dynamically generated HTML. I'm not quite sure why people don't use it more.
As a sidenote, you should mark these as "Question".
How did you do the grid ??
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Tell me more ;)
Few digits have some instabilites in range ^0, ^1, ^2...
I've decied don't look to any literature and base only on my school math.
I just accidentaly saw solution... i'm so stupid...
I passed near solution many times but i could not see it...
Wasted so much time... but i can better value genius of this solution.
When you wrote return, I felt that.
It's actually creepy how my code is perfect for random tests with big value range but fails for basic tests and 0, 1, 2 tests...
added 4 more
twice ► once
done (sorry for the delay)
i added 1000 random test cases