• ###### dillon101001commented on "Remove duplicates from list" python solution

Yet another brilliant one-liner

• ###### evan.krozcommented on "How old will I be in 2099?" python solution

Nice one liner lol

So great!!!!

• ###### ._DaviD_.commented on "How many lightsabers do you own?" python solution

the haha deserves 100 best practices minimum

• ###### AndrewB31415commented on "Fix your code before the garden dies! " python solution

This way is intuitive if you have the stomach to alter the concatenation template.

• ###### AndrewB31415commented on "A wolf in sheep's clothing" python solution

My one-liner managed to be just a smidge shorter though neither are really good practices.

• ###### AndrewB31415commented on "Returning Strings" python solution

I should go for these function equalities more

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• ###### MickaWilkcommented on "Remove String Spaces" python solution

Here is our hero

• ###### c0defathercommented on "Equal Sides Of An Array" julia solution

Very clever use of short-circuit evaluation (&&). This makes sure that one never tries to access the array at the illegal argument (position) length(arr)+1. Great job.

• ###### czylabsonasacommented on "Equal Sides Of An Array" julia solution

seems the best practice is using O(n^2) instead of O(n) - leaving room for the future development :-)

Very clever

• ###### Pechcommented on "Multiply the number" python solution

You have the same result wihtout the second line.
I wanted to see n when I wrote the code.

• ###### IIyCbKAcommented on "Multiply the number" python solution

And why the second line?

• ###### SentuSentucommented on "Path Finder #1: can you reach the exit?" python solution

Just had to set the recursion limit on a huge nomber and it worked for me :)