• ejini战神resolved an issue on "Currying functions: multiply all elements in an array" kata

Fixed in OP's fork

Approved

• saudiGuycreated an issue for "Currying functions: multiply all elements in an array" kata

python: user can mutate input

• saudiGuycreated a suggestion for "Currying functions: multiply all elements in an array" kata

python new test framework is required. updated in this fork

• glovastefancommented on "Currying functions: multiply all elements in an array" kata

This one is really, really interesting, simple and challaning and then simle again at the end... Something new

Beautiful

• bisafanscommented on "Currying functions: multiply all elements in an array" kata

really like the idea of the kata,
refreshingly different, and learned something while trying
to cram more than one variable in a function.

• RealKenshiroresolved an issue on "htmlify my text" kata

Not an issue with the kata.

• 1000-7??commented on "Currying functions: multiply all elements in an array" kata

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• krkdllcommented on "Currying functions: multiply all elements in an array" kata

/* left blank for unlimited creativity :) */ - it was unexpected, but Sample Tests helped.

• sreekarthi47commented on "Currying functions: multiply all elements in an array" kata

great kata man, learnt something new today thank u

• HajimeGitcommented on "Currying functions: multiply all elements in an array" kata

Great kata, broke my brain and made me learn something new!

• JohanWiltinkcommented on "Currying functions: multiply all elements in an array" kata

If the description says `multiplyAll / multiply_all` ( and it does ), a better solution would be to test for `multiplyAll` instead of `solution`.

The creativity thing has been raised as an `Issue` already ( three years ago O_O ); hopefully it gets fixed sometime ever.

• bgandhicommented on "Currying functions: multiply all elements in an array" kata

I like this kata, but it has 3 misleading issues for Elixirists.

1. The example uses the `multiplyAll` function, but that is incorrect, it should be renamed to `solution`.
2. The Solution panel only displays a cute by misleading comment that reads `## left blank for unlimited creativity : )`. However, you can't give the module nor function a creative name or the test wont work.
3. You have to read the test to figure out that your creative approach needs to be changed to name you Module `Multiply_all` and the function `solution`.

A better example for the Elixir version of this Kata would be

``````defmodule CurryFunctions do
def multiply_all_by(list) do
# code here
end
end
``````

That said, it loved seeing a curry kata in here! Much respect.

fixed for JS