• ###### nestormancommented on "Swap Values" kata

Not enough good instruction but you must just think how created constructor and what he do with variable "arguments"

• ###### MuhammadFarhanRosidicommented on "Convert boolean values to strings 'Yes' or 'No'." javascript solution

i agree for this solution. i'm never thinking this before. thanks

• ###### Hendddddcommented on "Convert boolean values to strings 'Yes' or 'No'." cpp solution

why using namespace std is used here ?

• ###### saudiGuyresolved a suggestion on "Sorted Arrays" kata

rejected by someone.

• ###### JakeyDonkeyBrainscommented on "Convert boolean values to strings 'Yes' or 'No'." javascript solution

could add it but null undefined etc are not booleans

• ###### JakeyDonkeyBrainscommented on "Convert boolean values to strings 'Yes' or 'No'." javascript solution

The idea is that booleans only have two values. true and false. If the entered boolean is true it outputs "Yes" if the entere boolean is false it outpits "no" There isnt even any calculation required here. It just directly returns Yes or No depending on whats entered.

• ###### Invariancecreated an issue for "Ten-Pin Bowling" kata

"10 points plus the points received from the next two rolls" and "10 points plus the next roll" are misleading, because the bonus points don't "cascade"; if I get five strikes in a row (not in the last frame), the first three will each count for 30 points, and e.g. the first one will not count for 10 + 30 + 30 = 70.

• ###### B1tscommented on "NSA Phone Tapping" kata

Just put the 2 strings on 2 separate lines. You have an extra space before the number.

• ###### Vikto0004commented on "NSA Phone Tapping" kata

Cool, find out what I'm doing wrong...
Expected: 'Dan called Mark from Dan's phone(202-555-0199)', instead got: 'Dan called Mark from Dan's phone (202-555-0199)'

• ###### gkucmierzcreated a question for "Retrieve Ether Balance" kata

Is it unsolvable?

• ###### rowcasedcommented on "Sorted Arrays" kata

it's in the description

• ###### rampdedlizercommented on "Sorted Arrays" kata

what is the variable 'n' even used for ?

• ###### Larsacommented on "Job Matching #1" kata

C# method signature still expects a string as return type

• ###### cod3abusercommented on "Swap Values" kata

Thanks! Meanwhile I solved it ;) but still little confused XD

• ###### Mednoobcommented on "Swap Values" kata

Don't worry, you're not stupid. It's actually pretty often people don't know about this (at least until you're finally getting deeper on the use of OOP).

You can search up on google about object reference / address in python. This should give you some knowledges about how python and many other languages treats objects like dictionary and array. After you get a deeper understanding about it, you should know what you have to do in this kata.