• ###### AndrewGunderincommented on "Sum of a sequence" javascript solution

Now recursion can flow or it can crash.

Be recursion, my friend)))

• ###### Husoskicommented on "Sum of a sequence" kata

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• ###### ducmatgoctoanlyhoaresolved an issue on "Sort the odd" kata

Ok, so after doing doing a few more questions on this site I figured out that I got the wrong answer, but as someone coming for LC and a few other sites I was expecting that the site should give the wrong answer and the right answer in 2 seperate lines like LC does. That's why I'm extra confused about the way this sites tell me I have wrong answers. Thanks!

• ###### awesomeadcommented on "Sort the odd" kata

You are still in the phase where your inexperience bestows upon you a disproportionate sense of infallibility.
The tests are fine.
You have a bug in your code.

hint: note how there are no even numbers in your output.

• ###### ducmatgoctoanlyhoacreated an issue for "Sort the odd" kata

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• ###### Sk01scommented on "Sort the odd" kata

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• ###### IgnasAncommented on "Sort the odd" kata

apologies, my code is wrong here as I was taking the odd numbers to a new array and then inserting even ones at their index locations which made repeating numbers insert at first index... :))

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Sort the odd" kata
``````[-37, -2, -2, -23, -18, 44, 16, -19] should equal [-37, -2, -23, -18, 44, 16, -19, -2]
#    your function returned this                        this was the expected value
``````

What was the input value?

• ###### IgnasAncommented on "Sort the odd" kata

There is an issue with negative numbers it seems, doesn't allow the kata to pass, e.g. [-37, -2, -2, -23, -18, 44, 16, -19] should equal [-37, -2, -23, -18, 44, 16, -19, -2]

-2 is even, right? so why should one of the -2 be moved to the end of the list?

• ###### akar-0resolved an issue on "Sort the odd" kata

The logs tells you `your result should equal correct result`. Tests are most likely good, and however you don't give even us the input and your result is obviously incorrect. Please don't raise issues lightly and read carefully this: https://docs.codewars.com/training/troubleshooting/

• ###### MavicUAcreated an issue for "Sort the odd" kata

there is an error in 'attempt' tests which block to pass this kata.
Example:
"Python"
Test log showed:
[11, 1, 11, 11, 2, 1, 111, 0] should equal [1, 1, 5, 11, 2, 11, 111, 0]

as you can see in test data there are 3 occurances of '11' but in expected result - only 2

the same problem with all other failed tests, missing values in input that are expected in output or vice versa

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