• ###### birlogcommented on "String cleaning" python solution

well using list comprehension is more efficient as it only iterate through the characters one time but in this solution it iterate through the character 10 times, because .replace() iterate through the string in the background.

I agree

• ###### evan.krozcommented on "Lost number in number sequence" python solution

Yep, math prevails

• ###### evan.krozcommented on "Sum even numbers" kata

What do you mean?
This is an easy kata, I feel like I remember solving a 8kyu version of this same. exact. problem...

• ###### TimoNotThycommented on "Sum even numbers" kata

Take a look at the top solutions

• ###### evan.krozcommented on "Sum even numbers" kata

How is this 7kyu...

• ###### evan.krozcommented on "Holiday III - Fire on the boat" python solution

This is not a 7kyu kata...

• ###### evan.krozcommented on "Count the Digit" python solution

why semicolon on line 3, when you declare the tot_occur variable?

• ###### Lucas89874commented on "Disemvowel Trolls" python solution

how is this clever?

• ###### evan.krozcommented on "Substituting Variables Into Strings: Padded Numbers" python solution

can someone explain how this works exactly??

• ###### user9264397commented on "String ends with?" python solution

Why stopping at that function? Remove all built-in functions and use the bare language lol

• ###### DannySpudcommented on "String ends with?" python solution

You could argue that it's useful to know that's a thing.

• ###### evan.krozcommented on "FIXME: Replace all dots" python solution

i love lambda

• ###### mtavukcucommented on "Find factors of a number" python solution

In this case no. Basically, my method divides x by factors starting from i to x as long as x / i is an integer. The output format is in descending order, and my input will produce that order since we start from x / 1, then x / 2 and etc.