• ###### Shikogocommented on "Hex to Decimal" python solution

TIL about partial. This will be very useful for silly solutions to easy katas.

• ###### lechevaliercommented on "BECOME IMMORTAL" python solution

Great solution and impressive explanation - kudos for you!

• ###### discopythoncommented on "All Star Code Challenge #2" python solution

:) now that is a one liner!

Fixed.

• ###### StefanPochmanncreated an issue for "Find the unique number" kata

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• ###### StefanPochmanncommented on "Find the unique number" python solution

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• ###### StefanPochmanncommented on "Find the unique number" python solution

This is linear time. Check out how Python's sorting algorithm works.

• ###### qiwikcommented on "Century From Year" go solution

my respect for you. intelligent solution

• ###### calarasiucommented on "Sliding Puzzle Verification" ruby solution

Thank you, anter69, for taking the time to reply :)

• ###### anter69commented on "Sliding Puzzle Verification" ruby solution

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• ###### calarasiucommented on "Sliding Puzzle Verification" ruby solution

I don't understand if .sort is taking into account the fact that the tiles could have numbers that are not in sequence - like [[1,2,5], [3,4,6]]

• ###### Craze98commented on "Are the numbers in order?" ruby solution

I seriously over killed it >.<

• ###### vort3commented on "String repeat" python solution

This one right here is the winner.

• ###### DunetsNMcommented on "Challenge Fun #12: Visible Points" kata

`[(-1, 9), (1, 9)]`
`[(-1,-9), (1,-9)]`
`[(-9,1), (-9,-1)]`
`[(9,-1), (9,-1)]`

Depending on how exactly degree calculated any of them can represent "overflow" test case.
If I disable overflow check in my solution then it fails for one of them - but still passes kata's test suite.

Pretty