if you're interested in authoring, begin there ;)
Sorry, i was dealing with a family issue and havent caught up to my emails. This bit of code is not my best work. Even for someone just learning, and it could have improved with some refactoring and review after i fixed the problem. Thats something i do well in SQL, but less so in Python. Ive also been working on a new container build with a better pipeline so i can seperste my different projects instead of lumping them all into one growing container. when i get time, im also hoping to write my first Kata. I have a good idea, but i need to learn how to author and adjust to the codewars platform
I see, didn't know it worked that way...))
thanks for the links.
No need, there is already this and this
surely beacause he didn't solve the kata in the same language than you did
Definitely too simple for 2kyu. It should be 3 or even 4...
Why can't I see your solution?
someone should translate this kata to c#
[python] As the kata is defined, it is not allowed to use a namedtuple and I don't see the reason for that.
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Just finished this one in Python.
I had a hard time dealing with unary negatives and also conversion to int or float.
A lot of whats out there on the web does not account for unary numbers.
I finally got a written article explaining how to do it, but implementing that took a while.
I think I took longer, becuase I didn't nail down the int float conversion first.
I kept changing both peices of code.
Is the clojure version really fixed? Sample tests give:
Exception in thread "main" java.io.FileNotFoundException: Could not locate math_evaluator__init.class or math_evaluator.clj on classpath. Please check that namespaces with dashes use underscores in the Clojure file name., compiling:(/home/codewarrior/./test.clj:7:1)
Haskell differs from others in that more types of whitespace is checked than just 0x20.