• ###### ZachNichcommented on "Beginner Series #3 Sum of Numbers" rust solution

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• ###### ZachNichcommented on "Find the unique string" kata

Ah, it's in TypeScript. Not sure how to edit my previous comment.

• ###### ZachNichcreated an issue for "Find the unique string" kata

Kata says arrays are guaranteed to have more than three strings (AKA four or more strings), but test arrays are given with three strings.

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• ###### ZachNichcommented on "Build a pile of Cubes" typescript solution

Nice to see a similar solution to my own!

• ###### ZachNichcommented on "Multiplication table" python solution

What's the big O of this? Is it n2? I'm still unsure of the runtimes of list comprehensions.

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• ###### ZachNichcreated a question for "Steps in Primes" kata

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• ###### ZachNichcommented on "Steps in Primes" kata

I'm having the same problem! It feels so close and so far. I also have a nested for-loop which I'm assuming is the problem, but I can't figure out what to replace it with.