• ###### VDSurChauffecommented on "What's the real floor?" kata

That probably means your code fails certain random tests.

• ###### nvpraz0rcommented on "What's the real floor?" kata

I'm not sure what the author has against america flooring conventions, but it took me longer to figure out what the actual problem was than it took to solve.

• ###### nvpraz0rcommented on "What's the real floor?" kata

you have the two backwards, user2791371

• ###### valeri.burlacucommented on "Merging sorted integer arrays (without duplicates)" kata

Cool Kata, but i think the level is for minimum 7 kyu ;) :)

cool kata

• ###### XoRMiAScommented on "Merging sorted integer arrays (without duplicates)" kata

Your function needs to `return` the result. The tests will ignore what you printed to console.

• ###### Anacodes123commented on "Merging sorted integer arrays (without duplicates)" kata

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• ###### HerrWertcommented on "Merging sorted integer arrays (without duplicates)" kata

Remember, kids: In Java, ints (including elements of int arrays) are initialized to zero. This might affect your approach to the solution.

• ###### KiaKattcommented on "What's the real floor?" kata

This list isn't quite accurate. In the US the Ground floor is the same as the 1st floor. My understanding is that in the European method, the number represents how many levels above ground it is. So 1st floor in EU (1 floor above ground level) would be the 2nd floor in US. I think if you moved the G to the EU side and shifted everything accordingly, that would work.

Edit: Removed redundant explanation

• ###### talha2912commented on "Merging sorted integer arrays (without duplicates)" kata

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fixed

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