You're probably looking at a cached copy Zozo.
I was about to complain about the lack of random tests, but as someone already did it and your github profile pic won the internet today, I will pass on this.
Also, Python, Ruby and Crystal translations for you to approve. You might take a few ints on generating random tests cases from the Ruby version in particular, but let me know if I can be of further help.
You may want to refer to this article when writing your random tests.
And this and this is why you need more and better testing.
Edited to add: these are seriously tiny feet, at 11 cm! However, they still pass the tests. :/
Edited to add: BigFoot can also climb. 65 cm! But passing. :/
This is why you need random tests.
To err is human .. :P
You're so right. Please excuse my mistake. This is my very first kata!
I believe I have fixed the mistake. Can you please check again?
You're right. Please forgive me! This is my first kata!
I revisted it. Can you please try again?
OK, so I have 6 meters of rope for a climb of 1 foot. And I'm supposed to return false.
When is a rope long enough for a climb then?
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I want to make sure that we are not providing false negatives for meter-to-foot conversion. For instance, looks like I used the same google conversion number, but if someone has a slightly different rounding, will it still work? I hope so.