• ###### Kacarottcommented on "Squares, cubes, and digits, oh my!" kata

Yeah, this kata doesn't need random input tests, because it doesnt need inputs at all.

While the basis is somewhat interesting, I don't think it really makes a good kata. Especially as that currently, return any wrong answer and the tests will tell you what the correct result is...

Btw, feel free to visit the discord, we have a channel specifically for helping authors. You can get advice/opinions and help there for the next kata you make :)

• ###### dfhwzecommented on "Squares, cubes, and digits, oh my!" kata

if you can't think of any input parameter, perhaps you shouldn't have any ;)

• ###### keevhrencommented on "Squares, cubes, and digits, oh my!" kata

What would you suggest is a more meaningful input parameter?

• ###### keevhrencommented on "Squares, cubes, and digits, oh my!" kata

This is my first kata submission but thanks for the input. There are no random tests as there is exactly 1 number that meets the requirement in nums 1-infinity.

• ###### yLaWycreated an issue for "Squares, cubes, and digits, oh my!" kata

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• ###### dfhwzecreated an issue for "Squares, cubes, and digits, oh my!" kata

What's the purpose of the input parameter? Seems useless

• ###### keevhrencommented on "Binary Addition" kata

Can someone please explain to me why this code is passing all 5 of the basic test cases but then fails upon 'Attempt':

empty_list = []
new_num = a + b
while new_num > 1:
if new_num % 2 == 0:
empty_list.append('0')
new_num = new_num / 2
continue
elif new_num % 2 == 1:
empty_list.append('1')
new_num = new_num // 2
continue
else:
empty_list.append('1')