Yeah

• ###### Joshua Knowlescommented on "Remove the parentheses" python solution

Am I correct in saying that this wouldn't work if there were opening parentheses without closing parentheses to match it?

• ###### raulbc777commented on "Primes in the Last Digits of Huge Numbers" kata

Ok. Thanks for pointing out this observation. Tomorrow I'll be checking it. I'm traveling.

• ###### Zhiharcommented on "Primes in the Last Digits of Huge Numbers" kata

wrong:

``````    p = f5 % 1000000000
if p > 100000000 and is_prime(p):
``````

correct:

``````    p = f5 % 1000000000
if f5 > 1000000000 and is_prime(p):
``````

This point is not reflected in the condition of the problem :(
It should be explicitly stated that the last 9 digits can contain leading zeros, but the number itself must be at least 9 digits

• ###### Zhiharcreated a question for "Primes in the Last Digits of Huge Numbers" kata

if they check only 9-digit prime, I successfully perform 11 tests (up to n = 20)

if I check 8-digit and 9-digit prime, I successfully complete 21 tests (up to n = 100)

If I check 7-digit prime also, then I do not carry out any successful test

Is there something missing in the problem statement? Or is the prime test wrong?

• ###### FoxX322commented on "Square and Cube of a Number Become Prime When Reversed" kata

As well as 890, i believe.

• ###### akar-0resolved a suggestion on "Regular Ball Super Ball" kata

I didn't know it was just American, I thought it was the norm in all English language (eg. it's used in all English Wikipedia).

• ###### hobovskycommented on "Regular Ball Super Ball" kata

Period inside quotes is a rule in American grammar. Believe this or not, Americans consider this notation "normal."

• ###### Zhiharcreated a suggestion for "Regular Ball Super Ball" kata

If no arguments are given, ball objects should instantiate with a "ball type" of "regular."

->

If no arguments are given, ball objects should instantiate with a "ball type" of "regular".

• ###### Zhiharcommented on "Square and Cube of a Number Become Prime When Reversed" kata

1 = 89,
2 = 271,
3 = 325,
4 = 328,
5 = 1025,
6 = 1055,
7 = 1081,
8 = 1129,
9 = 1169

but in the test sq_cub_rev_prime(9) = 1129, why?
1025, 1055, 1081 also have the required properties

• ###### Blind4Basicscommented on "15x15 Nonogram Solver" python solution

Hi,

next time, don't post the solution to the hard version in the easy one, thx.