It's indeed not a problem coming from the tests so the issue is no longer relevant about this specific Kata.
Thanks, I'll open an issue there ! Great kata by the way, still a lot of work to do to actually make it pass for real !!
That's very bizarre. I wrote this years ago. Maybe Jake Hoffner or someone at Codewars staff could take a look? https://www.codewars.com/topics/bug-reports
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I see where i went wrong though, I used 'string' in my last line, instead of the variable 'phrase'.
Isn't it System.Globalization?
Sorry for not reviewing your wall of codem but 500+ successful python comlpletions suggests that the issue is in your code, not in the kata.
I also updated the python version to 3.8, although again, that was most probably not your problem.
For me, it was because I was checking for empty code before the flush. Flush should be executed 'before execution', so it has to be the first thing that happens.
i wish i could write code this elegant
Using String.prototype works slightly different than creating a normal function. Try googling about it. You have some other typos in your code spilt being one and the methods use () instead of . I hope you can work it out with this.
Thanks!! It was all so simple