If you know their name, type in https://www.codewars.com/users/their-name (= click on their name anywhere it appears) and click Follow
if you don't know the exact name, ask them somewhere else what their name is here, or use a regular search engine with something like site:codewars.com searchterm
I would like to follow my friend, but there is no way of finding him.
Retired as a duplicate. See https://github.com/codewars/content-issues/issues/58.
I hope it will surpass what we are using now in no time
It's already been considered and you can read this issue to see why it's not likely to be introduced: https://github.com/codewars/codewars.com/issues/959
It seems a strange design decision not to include the run-time in which a solution performed, ideally, corrected for server latency.
It would make the most sense for the solutions that performed the best on the same data set to be grouped at the top of the list, would it not?
Given the nature of algorithmic complexity, it is feasible for 10,000 lines of code running an O(n log n) algorithm to run blazingly faster than 10 lines of code written in O(n^2)
Please consider posting the time in which a solution completes along with the solution itself. Surely this would be enormously popular, and also help people to determine which coding styles actually produce tangible results.
Code to Joy
Seems there must be a way to view which of our code submissions received the upvotes?
It would seem a shame not to be able to locate such invaluable information.
This is a very risky idea for a kata: easy to solve (with built-in random generators provided by standard libraries), and very difficult to test (testing for randomness id not an easy task).
iirc, such idea has been done before ~~ feel free to come to discord for a better / quicker response !
I have an idea for a kata. But not sure how to code the tests. You have to define a function which will return either Heads or Tails. But the function must be rigged i.e
it must retun Heads 60% of the time.
lol sounds like a cheater
Total Completed Kata:21
WHAT IS THAT?
8 kyu with 21 completed kata...
Have you really read the documentation? In my opinion this has no chance to be approved, it's a single basic math stuff calculation... There are already several katas about solving quadratic equations. I should have warned you: There are already many katas (about 8000), and it's becoming really hard to come with novel ideas, particularly with easy trivial task like this.