• ###### Chrono79commented on "Count the Digit" kata

Square all numbers k (0 <= k <= n) between 0 and n.

It says <= so both are included.

• ###### RealSupcommented on "Another card game" kata

it's 'another' game, nobody wants to win

• ###### RealSupcommented on "Millipede of words" kata

One more special test for you! Use Console.WriteLine and modify sample tests to find your problem

• ###### khanhtranngoccvacommented on "Determine offspring sex based on genes XX and XY chromosomes" kata

Yep you're right about this. Should have been a `zygote`LOL.

• ###### Ak4n0commented on "Largest 5 digit number in a series" kata

I think:
9 10
910
91 - 2 digits

• ###### selimcancommented on "Determine offspring sex based on genes XX and XY chromosomes" kata

My understanding of the description (at least for Clojure) is that the argument actually should've been called `zygote`...

• ###### JohanWiltinkcommented on "Function 2 - squaring an argument" kata

Difficulty can vary between languages. Most languages do not require lots of boilerplate, so your argument would not apply to them.

• ###### Awesome A.D.commented on "Find the Remainder" kata

Edit: I don't know exactly what you're doing. Could you post your code like:

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and make sure to click the `spoiler content` checkbox?

• ###### Awesome A.D.commented on "Find the Remainder" kata

How does that exception cause you to fail excactly?

Can you tell us what the test result looks like (i.e. your result and the expected result)

• ###### NMAYEScommented on "Wilson primes" kata

lol clean the dojo! i am here doing kata's all night chilling and this post almost made me spit my drink out lolololol

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Largest pair sum in array" kata

Input mutation is never tested in sample tests. You only see that in the tests where the output of your function is tested against the output of a control function.

Thanks!

Fixed.