• ###### HerrWertcommented on "Fibonacci's FizzBuzz" kata

First I thought: oh_no_not_another_fibonacci_kata * oh_no_not_another_fizzbuzz_kata

Then I realized that it wasn't quite that simple.

Thanks for the fun!

• ###### ejini战神resolved an issue on "Fibonacci's FizzBuzz" kata

Obsolete issue, closing

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Very nice!

• ###### Dija0commented on "Reversed Strings" javascript solution

arrow function ate

• ###### Chrono79resolved an issue on "Fibonacci's FizzBuzz" kata

No, that depends on the definition. Not a kata issue.

• ###### SamJones_ai8created an issue for "Fibonacci's FizzBuzz" kata

0, 1 (not 1, 1,)

• ###### 4500zenja1commented on "Fibonacci's FizzBuzz" kata

I think there are sample tests for Python which have FizzBuzz, aren't they

• ###### Ventogacommented on "Fibonacci's FizzBuzz" kata

No FizzBuzz in the test results for Python. Only Fizz and Buzz.

• ###### benjaminzwhitecommented on "Fibonacci's FizzBuzz" kata

You are supposed to generate the values of the Fibonacci sequence up to `n` terms (here `n=5` is the input).

This means - starting at 1 - `[1,1,2,3,5]`.

If you are having problems with this, you should read any resource on the Fibonacci sequence - for example:

Fibonacci number on wikipedia

Then you must consider the elements you obtained, and replace those that are divisible by `3` or by `5` according to the other rules mentioned in the description.

• ###### alina2302commented on "Fibonacci's FizzBuzz" kata

fibsFizzBuzz(5),[ 1, 1, 2, 'Fizz', 'Buzz' ]

How we got 1, 1, 2?

• ###### Кенессcommented on "Fibonacci's FizzBuzz" kata

i love codewars

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