Tests in Haskell need to be more informative : Expected False but got True is not any helpful.
Expected False but got True
Typescript 3.3 or above should be enabled
The question didn't ask for a class but this is a better solution
Optimize your solution.
LOL I feel you man. That's exactly what I did.
I see "edge cases" in the test cases. I'd like to know what makes them edge cases. I understand 2 and 0, but what about 8, 25, and 32? They seem like a normal number to me.
Module is missing in Haskell's initial code.
Node 12 should be enabled (Refer this and this for more info)
Python new test framework should be used (Refer this & this for more detail)
the unnecessary logs should be removed
Node 12 should be enabled
assert.deepEqual should be used
The Haskell Sample Tests do not have a module name and would not run. Plz fix. Thx!
I think that the description is waay to long to describe just a simple task task to generate array of even numbers up to n.
The factors of 13013 are 7, 11 and 13.
The divisors of 13013 are 1, 7, 11, 13 ,77 ,91 ,143 ,169 ,1001 ,1183 ,1859 ,13013 (12).
So what are the "factors" ([1, 7, 11, 13, 13013]) in the description?
wrongo, you didn't read the question correctly