It's been a pleasure, thanks!!!
Ah you're zipping in the multiplier. I'm diggin it.
Oops. Typo. Fixed. Thanks! :]
Language tags in Markdown code blocks are case-sensitive, it should be haskell.
PRESET_COLORS is a predefined map as the instructions say, it's not a part of JS core, it's a const/var defined for this kata.
Not a kata issue, it's a problem with your code, use Question next time. Have you seen the error code you got in the sample tests?
parsed['g'] = (alpha[c.upper()]*16)
parsed['g'] += alpha[c]
There is your problem.
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Although you can easily index an array with -1, 0, 1 too...
-1, 0, 1
Very clean, I like this solution.
For Python 3 - "print(PRESET_COLORS)"
I think you did a great job.
I would have to say the PRESET_COLORS portion of the kata was confusing. I think it would have been great had that portion not been included, and if you wanted to keep the preset_colors than maybe a little more instruction for the different programming langauges.
That's just my 2 cents though. Thanks for adding another challange for everyone.
I think I need a little help with the "PRESET_COLORS" using Ruby. How does one use this?
Learned so much about web colors from this. My primary goal in coding is web programming, so I'm extra grateful.