Good idea, added the tag!
Nice kata, thanks.
I would give this kata a Logic tag as well.
The last sentence of the kata description reads: 'To uncomplicate things, there will be no punctuation in the phrases.'
However, the sample tests include punctuation.
Regarding the title, this took me more than 3 minutes!
But great kata, thank you.
Excellent kata, but definitely more work than the average 7kyu!
Thank you for translating. I have approved it.
It is approved now. Thank you for making it.
C Translation kumited!
@topping There's katas with multiple levels of difficulty. Search "morse code" for a good example.
If it actually did something with unmatched parens, the logic would be quite different from this one's, so no, I wouldn't think so. Can't speak for other people, but I don't think there would be huge discussions.
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Maybe it wouldn't complicate it too much however I would still prefer a more straightforward task. Also, if I did make another kata for this wouldn't it just be classed as a duplicate?
For a 6 kyu? Make the sequel and I'll bet you two nickels it won't be rated 5 ( on average ).
You can still do it, you know? The description nowhere promises balanced parens. :P
But you would need to specify what to do after unmatched ( or before unmatched ). Better to keep it for another kata.
I think that would complicate it too much though.