also can't copy-paste from over there and have to actually type lol
It passes sample tests and full tests. I'm also able to attempt to save it without running the tests, though both results in the same outcome.
Says "Default Version is not a supported version", with a red highlight on the Python field. Would love help since I have been trying for ten minutes to change that and nothing has resulted in anything asides from that error
How to do that?
Do that then
How should I go about fixing it? I didn't write the typescript version and I'm not sure how it works. (Please mark responses as having spoiler content if discussing its test cases in its specifics)
"There is also a character literal notation to represent single character strings, which syntax is a question mark (?) followed by a single character or escape sequence that corresponds to a single codepoint in the script encoding:"
It is in the Ruby documentation. No, it's not Symbols (:Ruby) but it's quite a mess since originally this was intended as a Number literal but doing ?a to get 97 was confusing and it wasn't intuitive so now it's a String and people can just do ?a.ord for 97.
int MAX_VALUE = 2147483647
Math.random() returns a value between 0.0 and 1.0. So the result doesn't "exceed the limit of int capacity" (sic.), not even close.
The test cases only uses one instance of all_fibonacci_numbers(), where as the referencing Kata uses a new generator for each test case so as to assert that its behaviour is distinct appropriately.
If MDN says it is then sure I stand corrected. Operators in the traditional sense operates computations on values. I'd call them seperators instead, which both makes more intuitive sense and doesn't dilute the meaning of operators.
The comma isn't an operator.
"A typo definitely is not an issue" - What a joke.
Sincere advice, delete your comment since you're putting your life in jeopardy by suggesting that mistakes are room for improvement instead of things to fix. If I were your future employer, this is the kind of things that could send you home.
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