• Ahmedrt6created an issue for "Check if a triangle is an equable triangle!" kata

There are test cases where the numbers provided aren't for a real triangle

• Ahmedrt6created a question for "Check if a triangle is an equable triangle!" kata

Why using area and perimeter rules doesn't give the right answer?

• trashy_incelcommented on "Check if a triangle is an equable triangle!" kata

this does not even compile, please use some formatting to post your code:
https://docs.codewars.com/training/troubleshooting/#post-discourse

• BeKind-Rewindcreated an issue for "Check if a triangle is an equable triangle!" kata

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• malukuscommented on "Find the position!" kata

I'd compare returning a result to pouring some coffee into a cup and printing it as announcing: "Coffee's ready!", since printing is an information you can't use again unless you repeat it, but when you pour your result into a variable, it can be shared with friends.

• Randy-Makercommented on "Switch it Up!" kata

easy but take some time to finish it

• Aarav-Studioscommented on "String ends with?" javascript solution

Agreed, I first solved it in Python and while I am fluent with most of the string methods after years of Python, I had forgotten about this one in absence of practice and solved it with less advanced features and alorithmic logic. Built-in methods are just masked hardwork of creators, and they can indeed be less efficient in cases and you would needa use your own logic!

• RenEquinancommented on "String ends with?" javascript solution

Damn it! lmao I didn't know that method exists, Nice!! I'm going to add this to my future references thank you very much!

• darkendord commented on "String ends with?" javascript solution

For those who did not resolve it that way... At the end of the day those like us who resolved this challenge with an actual algorithm, are the ones who create built-in methods. Actually built-in functions are just a mask hiding a larger code and guess what... Built-in methods might be much more unefficient than a customized algorithm...

Less lines of code does not mean good code

• rubydevicommented on "String ends with?" javascript solution

To make myself feel better I'd say, those of us who actually wrote an algorithm are geniuses too, instead of using built-in functions. :P

• kumartanmaycommented on "Training JS #13: Number object and its properties" javascript solution

How will the case values be evaluated when you are not comparing it with the parameter?

• trashy_incelresolved an issue on "Check if a triangle is an equable triangle!" kata

these triangles are equable