• ###### rowcasedcommented on "Sorting by salary" kumite

for sure, my mistake

• ###### deedy-rucommented on "Sorting by salary" kumite

...the salary of some workers is unknown and hence represented as "-".

• ###### rowcasedcommented on "Sorting by salary" kumite

this breaks if there is any other non-numeric char besides '-' EDIT: facepalm

Nice kata!

+1

• ###### etch_45commented on "Find the maximum number" kumite

Additional test cases added

• ###### deedy-rucommented on "Reverse polish notation calculator" kata

Nice kata !!!

• ###### deedy-rucommented on "The Supermarket Queue" python solution

heapq in this case 100 times more effective than sort:
https://github.com/deedy5/Learning_Python/blob/master/TESTS/queue_test.py

• ###### deedy-rucommented on "The Supermarket Queue" kata

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• ###### deedy-rucommented on "flip the number" kumite

I was inattentive...

• ###### FArekkusucommented on "flip the number" kumite

Your own tests prove that you're wrong...

• ###### deedy-rucommented on "swap case using n" kata

Nice piece of work, author!

• ###### deedy-rucommented on "Roman Numerals Decoder" python solution

If you need time complexity,
what about creating module in cython for best performance?
https://github.com/deedy5/create-Python-module-with-Cython

• ###### suiccommented on "Roman Numerals Decoder" python solution

This makes no sense without further explanation. Where's the purity and what's impractical about this solution? What does this have to do with the solution? Please, use real arguments and not "argumentum ad The Zen of Python".