If you are only testing for abc such that c > a and c > b, then you should consider indicating that in your details/instructions
@kkavita92, thanks for this nice kata! Cheers;)
read the description again.
how come (1212) is true ; it is not palindrome
You have to be Infinite in your thinking
I really don't understand this. I can pass 4/5 tests, and about 25ish of the extended tests if I do a little creative programming, but I can't figure out how you want this rounded. It seems inconsistent, and doesn't seem to follow the mathematical model you describe. Same issue both in Ruby and JS. Any hints?
Nevermind ... I need to learn how to READ BETTER. It says "contains" ... not is... Sorry, my mistake.
How is this a Palindrome? Can someone please explain?? I seemed to be either completely midunderstanding the Kata or my mathematical skills are insufficient for resolving it. Please take a minute or two to respond. Thank you.
Oh yeah ... in case, I am coding in PHP. This might make a difference with the test cases. Thx.
A null mean is also an valid answer and some answers don't accept it.
Please add [0, 0, 1] in test cases.
[0, 0, 1]
Good kata but tests don't actually test for the requirement that when there are 2 words with max length, the last instance should be returned
my code passes the basic test, but not the random. I don't know why?
You need a more efficient solution.
Is there anything wrong with the PHP translation? https://www.codewars.com/kumite/59358013a66ac551170000ba?sel=59358013a66ac551170000ba please review and approve :)
PHP translation here https://www.codewars.com/kumite/59358013a66ac551170000ba?sel=59358013a66ac551170000ba please review and approve :)