• ejini战神resolved a question on "Steps in Primes" kata

Your solution is O(N) + O(N) + O(N^2) in which the kata can be solved with an O(NLogN) algorithm. Read about how the `step` helps in deducing the output primes.

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

AFAIK, it's because i64 implements the trait Ord, which contains those methods.

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

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• ryanmattoscommented on "Count the smiley faces!" typescript solution

That's because you dont need the parenthesis inside the brackets (character set)

• akar-0resolved an issue on "Find the unique string" kata

Changed to more than 2 strings.

• swarnabhKcommented on "Multiplication table" python solution

Great use of the range function. Creating a range function is O(n) right?

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• RealNimrodcommented on "Multiplication table" python solution

Yes, runtime on this solution will be n^2 since they are entering every number 1 by 1 and it's an N * N table which means N^2 items will need to be entered.

• mauro-1commented on "Find the unique string" kata

Other languages (e.g. python) have examples with three strings.
IMHO examples are correct and description should be "at least 3 strings"

• ZachNichcommented on "Find the unique string" kata

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

• Chrono79commented on "Find the unique string" kata

Please mention the language you're talking about when reporting an issue (if the kata has more than one language available ofc).

• 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.