• ###### Alex_Alexandrovcommented on "Find the odd int" javascript solution

Very good explanation! Thank you very much!

• ###### Speckopecommented on "Find the odd int" javascript solution

Kind of You to take Your time to explain. Thank You

• ###### darestrepocommented on "Find the odd int" javascript solution

I almost cry, I think it's a great solution

• ###### RenierCcommented on "Find the odd int" javascript solution

Thank you so much for explaining this in detail!

Done.

• ###### FArekkusucreated an issue for "Paperboy" kata

Python 3 should be enabled.

• ###### krnetscommented on "Find the odd int" javascript solution

well explained - thank you!

• ###### Avantacommented on "Find the odd int" javascript solution

It's good that you've understood the solution but remember the spoiler flag

• ###### blade-senseicommented on "Find the odd int" javascript solution

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• ###### LogicX1commented on "Find the odd int" javascript solution

omg you solved this in legit one line, great stuff

• ###### ichlernejscommented on "Find the odd int" javascript solution

argument has a different name - you should change array.length to A.length

amazing!

• ###### Stefan_29commented on "Find the odd int" javascript solution

Sick! Will definitely read more about the XOR operator.

• ###### ipdevcommented on "Find the odd int" javascript solution

Clever indeed!
However, debugging this solution would be a pain. For instance, if there is no odd number in the array, the result would be 0; the same result as if we had an odd 0 in the array. If there were multiple odd numbers, the result would be unpredictable as well.
The input should always be correct. Thus, the solution is great for a coding playground, but will definitely bite you if you use it in a real project.

• ###### DieYiSucommented on "Find the odd int" javascript solution

Omg... this answer is so beautiful!