• ###### Noah Shwartzwaldcommented on "Mumbling" python solution

Hey guys, is that ok to solve these kind of tasks in more than 1 line of code? I've done literally the same, but in 4 lines. Cuz after seeing all these short solutions I'm kinna anxious now.

• ###### Bayyy.commented on "Get the mean of an array" javascript solution

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• ###### Unihedroncommented on "Return Negative" javascript solution

-0 is 0. Do you know what the word "bug" means? It means when actual behavior fails to match expected behavior, which is not the case here.

• ###### randi089commented on "Return Negative" javascript solution

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-0 is 0

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• ###### Zaharelacommented on "Return Negative" javascript solution

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• ###### goldenratio161commented on "Digitize" python solution

don't do this; although it works, you shouldn't use the same name for different variables.

• ###### BlueDragonFirecommented on "Persistent Bugger." javascript solution

This one packs so much complexity into a single line. This has a lot to unpack and I'm gonna be studying this for an hour or 2.

This is really cool!

• ###### sindrezothcommented on "Beginner Series #3 Sum of Numbers" javascript solution

from billion variations i see solution without unrequired minmaxes (as well as mine).

in my opinion it is the best option

• ###### Ms-Amiracommented on "Disemvowel Trolls" javascript solution

Haha, I did the same and through breaking down my code line by line on CGPT it was mentioned the code actually evaluates to the last value 'u' due to the way the comma operator works in JavaScript but I didn't bother to do an array like you did.

• ###### Ms-Amiracommented on "Disemvowel Trolls" javascript solution

Simple, yet efficient. I like!