• ###### tonylicodingcommented on "Solving a puzzle by matching four corners" kata

Nope, all translations welcome;-)

• ###### hladkkycommented on "Solving a puzzle by matching four corners" kata

Thank you so much for this brainstorming kata. Through pain and suffering finally got it. It was a good experience for me.

• ###### hladkkycommented on "Solving a puzzle by matching four corners" kata

Is it possible to implement this without using a for loop in other for loop.

Thx :)

• ###### G_kuldeepresolved a question on "Solving a puzzle by matching four corners" kata

no advance topic and (no recursion)

just understand complete problem and solve it step by step

just to get you boost

• find corners
• sidelines and etc...
• ###### teoriachaosucreated a question for "Solving a puzzle by matching four corners" kata

May I ask for some little hint, as a beginner? What advanced topic (data structure or something) do I need to know to complete this?

• ###### mamsaz99@gmail.comcreated a question for "Are they the "same"?" kata

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• ###### tonylicodingresolved a question on "Solving a puzzle by matching four corners" kata

Don't use too many loops, and make sure they are as simple as possible. Also, a change of approach maybe? You would've solved a 5kyu without performance measures, just know that.

• ###### reggaeguitarcommented on "Are they the "same"?" kata

I'm confused, is

a = [2; 2; 3]
b = [4; 9; 9]

supposed to return true or false?

• ###### tonylicodingcommented on "Solving a puzzle by matching four corners" kata

Yes, if you click attempt, I can see your current solution so far.

• ###### hladkkycommented on "Solving a puzzle by matching four corners" kata

Oh, thanks. I will try to optimize code.
And... I'm sorry. I am new to the codewars. Just would like to know.
You can see my unpublished code for this task, right?

• ###### tonylicodingcommented on "Solving a puzzle by matching four corners" kata

Your code is similar to bubble sort. Bubble sort is one of the slowest sorting algorithms, so no surprise that your code is very slow. Try using less for loops and ecspecially not switching each one.

• ###### hladkkycommented on "Solving a puzzle by matching four corners" kata

All I do is just sequentially look for pieces. But still my code is too slow. Can you inspirate me by any ideas?

• ###### Gorrillocommented on "Are they the "same"?" kata

It was not easy for me. Thank you guys!