• ###### fabiobendscommented on "Find the missing letter" kotlin solution

I agree with you! 😂 Umayer you did a good job on this one, but try to rethink your solution using the KISS principle 😊

Cool

• ###### Zordidcommented on "Find the missing letter" kotlin solution

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• ###### Zordidcommented on "Multiples of 3 or 5" kotlin solution

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• ###### krnetscommented on "Strings Mix" kotlin solution

Excellent points. I agree, this should not have been upvoted as Best Practice.

• ###### mikdsouzacommented on "Multiples of 3 or 5" kotlin solution

This solution does use `O(number/3)` memory. It is possible to solve it in much less memory.

• ###### spyherecommented on "Strings Mix" kotlin solution

The debates about `goto` and `continue` are eternal and `Never say Never`. It's highly recommended to avoid using these features, but in some particular seldom cases they can be really helpful to solve the existing problem and keep code clean. There is even a special chart in `Complete Code` about `goto` :D I'm 100% agree with you that `continue` could be ommitted here as well as with others marks.

• ###### user9396321commented on "Smallest possible sum " kata

i and j are any two indices in the array. If one element in the array is larger than another one, change it to the difference between the two.

• ###### Zordidcommented on "Smallest possible sum " kata

Sorry, but this Kata is just weird. I do not understand the description. This is so unlogical and not correct. You can't just come with i and j without saying anthing about them... What is i? What is j?

• ###### bugs84commented on "Strings Mix" kotlin solution

I Marked it as best practice. Because it is at least slightly structured to some functions. And its somehow readable. Not only one long spagetti. Maybe because it seems somehow similar to my solution :D.

• ###### Zordidcommented on "Counting Duplicates" kotlin solution

Obviously you do know the count function - but why don't you also use it to count your duplicates???

• ###### Zordidcommented on "Counting Duplicates" kotlin solution

How on earth is that a best practice? It cannot get any more complicated... :-)

• ###### Zordidcommented on "Counting Duplicates" kotlin solution

This is definitely not a best practice.... :-)

• ###### ba1ansecommented on "Closest and Smallest" kata

I completely agree. The three criteria are very poorly defined, and the explanation is also full of holes.

• ###### MadJayhawkcommented on "Closest and Smallest" kata

To me a poor Kata is one where it takes longer to understand the problem than it does to come up with a solution.