• ###### CHabracocommented on "Function 3 - multiplying two numbers" python solution

Am I a joke for you?

• ###### dfhwzecommented on "Function 3 - multiplying two numbers" python solution

That's exactly why we should translate the easy kata's to as much languages as possible :)

• ###### txtsxmcommented on "Function 3 - multiplying two numbers" python solution

I can relate strongly. Codewars is great for learning new languages. And the trivial katas are perfekt to take a sneek peek into a random language. Solved at least one on with my phone. No keyboard or IDE needed. Installing a full IDE with testframework and all often takes a lot longer than doing a easy kata.

• ###### markdreed512commented on "Function 3 - multiplying two numbers" python solution

I'm not a beginner programmer, but I am learning Python, so seeing the different solutions to simple kata like this is actually quite helpful. I also love creative and humorous solutions, so nice job!!

• ###### lationstcommented on "Every possible sum of two digits" haskell solution

I like that you figured out how to convert an integral to a list of digits without using the show library!

Wow!

• ###### maurepasscommented on "Get Planet Name By ID" python solution

Id of planets starts from 1 but index in listo of plantes starts from 0 so the planet with id equal 1 is in list on position 0.

• ###### Pragdeeshvarcommented on "Get Planet Name By ID" python solution

what does [id-1] do btw total beginner here

• ###### txtsxmcommented on "Function 3 - multiplying two numbers" python solution

Maybe it is joke. But then again 8 kyu is like bronze league, there is no limit to how easy games can be. And that is legit.

• ###### SBareScommented on "Infinite list of 1's" haskell solution

This is cute notation-wise, but certainly not "best practices", given that the more idiomatic knot-tying version uses O(1) memory, and this uses O(n).

• ###### bsecommented on "Convert string to camel case" python solution

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• ###### yuliaycommented on "Convert string to camel case" python solution

I still don't quite understand how this works? Could someone kindly explain it? In the meantime I'm looking up about regex and group() and sub()

Walking every group entirely ( `length` ) when all you're interested in is the second `:` constructor is not a Best Practice.

• ###### bsecommented on "Looking for a benefactor" kata

This "rounded up" business is unnecessary and just plain annoying. It's not a real problem to solve but just a hoop to jump through.