• ###### k__commented on "Adding Big Numbers" javascript solution

Nice solution John! I tried this one and was quite a bit less elegant.

• ###### k__resolved an issue on "World Traveler" kata

Done, let me know what you think.

• ###### mheavenorcreated an issue for "World Traveler" kata

Description should be more clear that we are looking for the next closest city in the route.

• ###### k__resolved an issue on "World Traveler" kata

Done, thanks for the feedback, Matt.

• ###### matt ccreated an issue for "World Traveler" kata

Needs random test cases :(

• ###### k__commented on "The Prediction" kata

I have spent on and off 3-4 hours on this problem. I MUST GET IT SOON!

• ###### k__commented on "Undo/Redo" kata

"Any set/del after an undo should disallow new undos".. As lcarter@marketpath.com points out, should it be "Any set/del after an undo should disallow new redos"?

• ###### mheavenorcommented on "Lightswitches" javascript solution

Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed it. It's always great to have that "Aha!" moment :)

• ###### k__commented on "Lightswitches" javascript solution

Nice Kata, Mike. I started out really poorly with some nested loops, but soon found the solution when the pattern became apparent.

• ###### k__commented on "Sexy Primes <3" kata

I cringed a little at my lack of comprehension there. Cheers man, thanks for the good Kata.

• ###### CrazyMerlyncommented on "Sexy Primes <3" kata

You can use `console.log` to print the arguments to your function. That way, you can find out what the input was when your function failed.
My guess is that your program thinks 1 is a prime.

• ###### huynhrichycreated a question for "Sexy Primes <3" kata

Hey there. My unsubmitted solution works for every test except a single (1/111) random one. The test expects false, but instead gets a true. It happens every time I attempt to submit.

If there's some edge case I'm missing, what might that be?

• ###### Alpri Elsecommented on "Sexy Primes <3" kata

[21, 27] is not a sexy prime pair because neither is prime... 21 is divisible by 3 and 7...27 is divisible by 3, 9, and 7

[16, 22] is not a sexy prime pair because, again, neither is prime...16 is divisible by 2, 4, and 8...22 is divisible by 2 and 11

Hence, your function should indeed return false because they are not prime. As the description says: "Sexy primes are pairs of TWO PRIMES that are 6 apart".

• ###### k__commented on "Sexy Primes <3" kata

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