• ###### floppydinguscommented on "Simple multiplication" javascript solution

As a beginner, this solution is faster for me to write while staying extremely readable/understandable.

• ###### askdebbcommented on "Fake Binary" javascript solution

very clean man

• ###### Reda12345commented on "Keep Hydrated!" python solution

every solution is valid. If you passed Testing phase that mean you've something in the brain !

• ###### Reda12345commented on "Keep Hydrated!" python solution

not at all ! we all have different logic the point is that you're solution work.

• ###### Reda12345commented on "Keep Hydrated!" python solution

Testing make it correct

• ###### londeixsaxcommented on "Keep Hydrated!" python solution

I'm new to python, and I'd not seen the floor division operator before. Thanks for this solution. It gave me something to research. I am now a bit smarter about things. I appreciate it.

• ###### NoviceHackerR007commented on "The Wide-Mouthed frog! " python solution

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i did same.

• ###### Antonio Fardo Netocommented on "Keep Hydrated!" python solution

Great response! Only issue for readability is not having the same number in the prompt in the code. Then again, it's simple enough it's not an issue

• ###### Chrono79commented on "You only need one - Beginner" python solution

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• ###### ajyeycommented on "You only need one - Beginner" python solution

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• ###### Ryan9698commented on "Simple multiplication" javascript solution

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TIL

• ###### bouchertcommented on "Keep Hydrated!" python solution

If the water consumption rate was changed, any method would have to be rewritten. The rate is not provided as a parameter here, thus we have no choice but to perform a calculation based on a constant in the code. I suppose it could be assigned to a variable for ease of changing later, but that is not a requirement of this kata.