I think the idea was to compare two string values in the final comparison. If we replace == with ===, the solution will still work. But with == it doesn't make sense, of course.

O(n) is O(n), whether you loop once, twice or fourteen times.

O(n)

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As a new user who only joined 2 days ago, I appreciate the explanation. Your toxicity, however, was entirely superfluous. Thanks.

Your post is visible in the homepage if you don't mark it. So:

What are we giving away exactly?

The solution

And to whom?

To anyone that sees the homepage

And why would they even care at this point?

Because you ruin the fun to solve the kata, or do you like going to see a movie and someone is spoiling it at the front door?

triple p at .toUpperCase()

Your solution is so terse my version is so verbose

All the possible solutions for M are when M % 63 === 37 and the first positive integer that satisfies that condition is 37.

M

M % 63 === 37

Array.from({length:smth}) and you don't get this Error)))

Oh my finger on scroll :D

your solution nice too

this is reply to you

Really dude?

I think the idea was to compare two string values in the final comparison.

If we replace == with ===, the solution will still work.

But with == it doesn't make sense, of course.

`O(n)`

is`O(n)`

, whether you loop once, twice or fourteen times.This comment is hidden because it contains spoiler information about the solution

As a new user who only joined 2 days ago, I appreciate the explanation. Your toxicity, however, was entirely superfluous. Thanks.

Your post is visible in the homepage if you don't mark it. So:

The solution

To anyone that sees the homepage

Because you ruin the fun to solve the kata, or do you like going to see a movie and someone is spoiling it at the front door?

This comment is hidden because it contains spoiler information about the solution

triple p at .toUpperCase()

Your solution is so terse my version is so verbose

All the possible solutions for

`M`

are when`M % 63 === 37`

and the first positive integer that satisfies that condition is 37.Array.from({length:smth}) and you don't get this Error)))

Oh my finger on scroll :D

your solution nice too

this is reply to you

Really dude?

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