• ###### JohanWiltinkcommented on "Sort with a sorting array" haskell solution

This introduces an `Ord a` requirement that is not in the spec and is not necessary according to the spec.

I would not consider this a Best Practice and there should be a test against it.

• ###### fałcocommented on "Simple Fun #79: Delete a Digit" haskell solution

smart. makes it so simple

• ###### cliffstampcommented on "Rotate Array (JS)" kata

There are multiple problems with the Haskell version, the solution is also available for you to directly access.

• ###### oskarz1234commented on "Highest Scoring Word" haskell solution

upper case letter do not need to be included, all letter are lower case

• ###### pier-bezuhoffcommented on "Consonant value" haskell solution

instead of `twice` you could use
`liftA2 max snd (dofast . fst)`
or
`max <\$> snd <*> dofast . fst`

• ###### Thomscommented on "Simple Fun #27: Rectangle Rotation" haskell solution

Good point, I guess for no reason.
I was probably using it for something else in which I needed to specify that a is Fractional, and then I just left it as it was :P

• ###### Demkicommented on "Simple Fun #27: Rectangle Rotation" haskell solution

Why not use `fromIntegral`?

• ###### Thomscommented on "Simple palindrome game" kata

Thanks! It works now, indeed.

• ###### KenKamaucommented on "Simple palindrome game" kata

The Haskell reference solution was incorrect. It should be good now.

• ###### Thomscommented on "Simple palindrome game" kata

I got this in the random tests:

Falsifiable (after 41 tests):
expected: 2
but got: 1
"xehtzzbajpcze"
"cjjsshesortelnxefoqgdogybqurdiqtyo"

The character 'z' does not belong to the second string, and the first string has more then one.
So, couldn't P1 win by picking 'z', and then again another 'z' after whathever P2 does?

Fixed

• ###### Thomscreated an issue for "Exclusive "or" (xor) Logical Operator" kata

The Haskell version is still unsubmittable.

• ###### Thomscommented on "Roman Numerals Decoder" kata

Thank you for your reply! It was probably a bug, after I did another Kata I got all the points back.

• ###### donaldsebleungresolved a question on "Roman Numerals Decoder" kata

This is likely due to a site problem rather than a problem with the Kata itself - please raise an Issue Report on the official Codewars GitHub repo.

• ###### Thomscreated a question for "Roman Numerals Decoder" kata

Why on earth did I LOSE more than 1000 honor after solving this?!