• ###### 4500zenja1resolved a suggestion on "N-th Fibonacci" kata

Approved, closing this suggestion~

Approved.

• ###### MJenkins65created a suggestion for "N-th Fibonacci" kata

I have 2 suggestions.

1. Specify the limits for n ( 0<=n<=94 in most languages ) in the description to set expectations and also becuase it's a best practice
2. Use the max case as one of the test cases: nth_fib(94) == 12,200,160,415,121,876,738

unsigned long long max value == 18,446,744,073,709,551,615

• ###### Formula-9created a suggestion for "N-th Fibonacci" kata

Lua translation open for review, feedback would be appreciated !

• ###### Chrono79commented on "N-th Fibonacci" kata

No, there is no n0:

when given a number n (n >= 1 ), returns the nth number in the Fibonacci Sequence.

``````1st = 0
2nd = 1
3rd = 1
4th = 2
``````

Like it's shown in the kata's description.

• ###### fklaggescommented on "N-th Fibonacci" kata

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• ###### RostislavVorobyevcreated a suggestion for "N-th Fibonacci" kata

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• ###### lxg95created an issue for "N-th Fibonacci" kata

Sometimes in the testcases in Python nth_fib(0) is tested which should be -1 so a solution in which you doesn't take this edge case into account the code is not accepted, but sometimes this testcase does not appear and the solution is not accepted. It also doesn't make sense, that the 0-th Fibonacci number is -1

• ###### JohanWiltinkcommented on "N-th Fibonacci" kata

Update available here ( this fork modifies the description ).

• ###### JohanWiltinkcreated an issue for "N-th Fibonacci" kata

( JS )

• Reference solution recursively calls user solution.
• Random generation only generates odd numbers.

( All )

• Description does not specify `n` starts from `1`.
• ###### JohanWiltinkresolved an issue on "N-th Fibonacci" kata

If you spoiler the suggestion, I don't see it ( no notifications are sent for spoilers ). It has already been approved I see.

Thanks for fixing. However. `+` has higher precedence than `|`, so now only odd numbers are generated. Also, you missed that the reference solution calls the user solution recursively ( not your fault of course ).

I'll open a new `Issue`.

Approved!

• ###### vlad_obcommented on "Sum of (Two) Squares" kata

So cool kata> Thanks)