Not in JS either.
No random tests in Java (at least).
This would considerably change the requirements in some of the languages.
There are Example Test Cases and Test Cases in the C# version now.
I've also changed the kata description to use the correct method name for C#.
There is a difference between signed zero and a "regular" zero. A signed zero can represent an underflow and discontinuous function. In scientific computing, a signed zero is used when rounding off extremely small negative numbers.
what if the number is 0?
is ok to have -0?
Nice observation skills and explanation. I Thank You for your time.
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I like this too
I like this. clever use of the bit-wise operator.
Google is your friend :)
No default tests.
That is bad.