• ###### Kyle_Codescommented on "Stringy Strings" python solution

Nice - one of those solutions that makes you say, "Of course! Why didn't I think of that?"

• ###### MarkBaker8502commented on "Stringy Strings" python solution

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• ###### juliansalcommented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

If it takes 2 minutes to cook any single pancake, how can you have odd numbered cooking times?

• ###### codingfor1commented on "Coding Meetup #9 - Higher-Order Functions Series - Is the meetup age-diverse?" javascript solution

This is not a correct answer as it doesn't return false for ages 10,11 and 12. The question asks for teens and up.

exactly))

cheater :)

• ###### BcKarolinaSeidlovacommented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

outside the box means stop using common sense?? :D

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

You have to think outside of the box, it's a tricky problem.

• ###### BcKarolinaSeidlovacommented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

How can I make 6 pancakes on pan for 5 in 3 minites??
I don't see logic in it.

If evry round of pancakes takes 2 mins (both sides) and 6 pancakes take 2 rounds, total time must be 4 mins, not 3!

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

Now there are only 200 random tests.

• ###### Voilecommented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

Yup, 200 is still acceptable.

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

Would 200 be a more logic value? Another way of using less random test cases would be forcing some test cases behave in certain way.

• ###### Voilecommented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

It can easily choke the user's browser, though. Printing lots of stuff out is not a very good idea in general.

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Fast cooking pancakes" kata

Done then. 1000 random tests seems like a lot, but I don't think it'll be such a struggle for the server.

yep)