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Closing because this isn't an issue.
Either make the instructions language agnostic or add instructions per language group/conditional comments. See the issue below.
In Python you should return a list, not an array.
please update for pyhton too
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "main.py", line 3, in
File "/runner/frameworks/python/cw-2.py", line 34, in assert_equals
expect(actual == expected, message, allow_raise)
File "/runner/frameworks/python/cw-2.py", line 18, in expect
ValueError: The truth value of an array with more than one element is ambiguous. Use a.any() or a.all()
help im using python
It needs to define exactly which line of the table it wants for the result. I spent too much time on this kata because I thought it wanted arrays of row (horrizontal line in the table), but it turned out it wants colums (vertical line in the table). I was confused because the example was (3,3), instead of (3,4). It needs more sample tests or a more refined example to avoid the confusion.
Needs sample tests for RUBY !
No sample tests : language : Ruby
Issues need the language specified, if this is still an issue, please reraise, noting the language.
How would this type of thing be done with a generator ? Sorry for the novice question...
There are no sample tests for this kata, only the final tests. I almost gave up because I thought it was untestable.
Hello, I need some help. I figured out how to get the result pretended and I used spyder to get it. Everytime I test the code everything is fine, but, as soon as I try do to the sample tests or submit my solution it says: "ValueError: The truth value of an array with more than one element is ambiguous. Use a.any() or a.all()". Can anyone help me?
Need actual expected tests. (Ruby; may be in other languages as well)
Awesome kata! Thanks, @SteenJobs!!!