• mike2rcreated an issue for "Incrementer" kata

C

Description says "return an empty array if your array is empty", but tests require null to be returned.

• Chrono79resolved an issue on "Incrementer" kata

Your result can only contain single digit numbers, so if adding a digit with its position gives you a multiple-digit number, only the last digit of the number should be returned.

And specially the last example.

The test is fine:

``````    test("Testing for [3, 6, 9, 8, 9]", () {
expect(incrementer([3, 6, 9, 8, 9]), equals([4, 8, 2, 2, 4]));
});
``````
• unique3052created an issue for "Incrementer" kata

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• ychas007commented on "Numerical Palindrome #2 " kata

00800 is a palindrome in 500800

030 is a palindrome in 694030

Retired.

• Chrono79resolved a suggestion on "Numerical Palindrome #5 " kata

Retirement is final. See the post below, there were similar katas to this one, you can complete those.

• AwsYaseen22created a suggestion for "Numerical Palindrome #5 " kata

So sorry to figure out that this kata is retired after I solved it, pleas activate it back, it is so nice one

Retired.

• Krillancommented on "How many eggs? " kata

Since the tests do not take into account the conditions for the addition of new chickens, perhaps the description should be changed/shortened accordingly and this kata should be translated into 7kyu

Ronald's uncle left him 3 fertile chickens in his will. When life gives you chickens, you start a business selling chicken eggs which is exactly what Ronald decided to do.

A chicken lays 300 eggs in its first year. However, each chicken's egg production decreases by 20% every following year (rounded down) until when it dies (after laying its quota of eggs).

For a given year, and life span of chicken span, calculate how many eggs Ronald's chickens will lay him

If year=0, make sure to return "No chickens yet!".

Note:

1.Let's assume all calculations are made at the end of the year so don't bother taking eggs laid per month into consideration.

1. Each chicken's egg production goes down by 20% each year, NOT the total number of eggs produced by each 'batch' of chickens. While this might appear to be the same thing, it doesn't once non-integers come into play so take care that this is reflected in your kata!
• hobovskycreated a suggestion for "Numerical Palindrome #5 " kata

This kata is a subject to deduplication process here: https://github.com/codewars/content-issues/issues/124.
Please join the discussion to help us identify duplicate kata and retire them.

• hobovskycreated a suggestion for "Numerical Palindrome #1" kata

This kata is a subject to deduplication process here: https://github.com/codewars/content-issues/issues/114.
Please join the discussion to help us identify duplicate kata and retire them.

Good

• akar-0commented on "Numerical Palindrome #2 " kata

Read the description again, you're not asked to check if the input is a palindrome number.

• Ajaymeledathcreated a question for "Numerical Palindrome #2 " kata

I don't fully understand the question here. How come 1251 can be a palindrome number?

• Leira95commented on "Sum Mixed Array" python solution

Good one. I will try to remember that code to future tasks