• ###### seniorCrutchDevelopercommented on "Papers, Please" kata

That's a great idea. Perhaps you can do something like that?)) And we'll be glad to solve it.

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Sum a list but ignore any duplicates" python solution

Please use spoiler flag next time.

• ###### Wartemcommented on "Sum a list but ignore any duplicates" python solution

This comment is hidden because it contains spoiler information about the solution

Fixed.

• ###### g964resolved an issue on "Moves in squared strings (IV)" kata

No answer so I consider the issue as resolved. Cheers.

• ###### g964commented on "Moves in squared strings (IV)" kata

Maybe my answer will not satisfy you because I don't really understand your problem all the more that many people solved the kata (218 in JS with very very good solver) and nobody complained (not a proof I know):-)
The "main cross diagonal" (function noted "diag_2_sym" to recall it is a symetry to the second diagonal) is also called (from wikipedia) "antidiagonal (sometimes counter diagonal, secondary diagonal, trailing diagonal, minor diagonal, off diagonal...". Is there something wrong and where?

• ###### Yeetboii1commented on "Street Bowling" kata

You're correct thank you for the feedback! The description has been changed

• ###### Yeetboii1resolved an issue on "Street Bowling" kata

I am not sure I understand completely what you are trying to say but I will attempt to explain. In your snippet, the program is checking (currentPosition >= roadmap.length) which does not imply that the ball has passed the final tile. It only means that it has reached the final tile. To check if it has passed, you must check (currentPosition > roadmap.length) instead. So the correct solution would use the example shown, meaning that the ball did not necessarily pass the final tile, but may have only reached it instead.

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• ###### Insistedcommented on "Sum Strings as Numbers" javascript solution

Now that you know, do this version on Node 8

• ###### akar-0commented on "Multiplying numbers as strings" kata

if you can find out an input that makes your code fail (or better still: a pattern of inputs that make your code fail) you could suggest it to be added to tests for all languages. It's a bit hard to unravel, if you had formatted your code following the instructions in the link I gave, it would be more readable.

• ###### akar-0resolved an issue on "Multiplying numbers as strings" kata

Your code doesn't contain a function named `multiply`, so it's not a solution to this kata. Please read this to learn how to post code and issues: https://docs.codewars.com/training/troubleshooting/

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

haha,not really, i woke up yesterday with the urge to implement long addition from scratch and I got the best example to test my implementation here. I can also confirm that my first solution was implemented 2 years ago,when I came across a small version of the BigInt library on github. Thanks for discussion, feel free to check out my other solutions to katas since I'm a 2kyu.

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

Well, my second solution shows the basic way of solving the kata with no cheats, hope that proves that i can solve this.

/* using Basic long addition */ its so fast with O(n) time complexity but more space is used. */

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

haha, bro, work smart not hard.