Approved by someone ~~
Thanks for feedback!
I have added a few new fixed test cases, but your code still seems to work though.
If your solution originally returns the wrong answer, then how can it still work now?
I think your original solution is correct, but thanks for the suggestions anyway :)
Thanks a lot for the feedback!
I will change it as soon as possible.
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There is no fixed maximum word length. It will be determined longest word in the input list.
Thanks, I have added that fixed test.
Thank you very much. Positive feed back It's great. And I'm glad you like the serie.
It's my first one and I was testing.
Thanks for the input
I agree with you in general but it looks like it can be a start of interesting serie. The second kata (Spanish DNI #2) is good so I think that as a serie they have some chances for approving (especially if the serie will have other interesting katas). After solving the second kata I changed the vote for this kata.
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@StepBack13 sub/gsub aren't magic stick. Healthy newborn should swim by default.
@bestwebua - you've actually also disabled sub/gsub and sub!/gsub! as string functions in Ruby. This is super annoying, those functions are so critical to string manipulation and they don't necessarily involve regex, so you've thrown the baby out with the bath water... :/
added (updated JS to Node12. as well)