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    Yes,the kata seems to be expecting the 2 types to be the same and no exception should be raised which I found a bit odd.

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    I didn't solve this kata, but:

    >>>from collections import Counter
    <class 'collections.Counter'>

    In my understanding of the kata, it is not the same type (though it can be subclass).

    Unless I misunderstood your post: do you mean the kata expects no exception in such cases? If so, I agreee the description is lacking some specifications.

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    I believe there are some tests that are wrong: a dict type is not supposed to rais an exception on collections.counter for instance. Any suggestion/clue of why that is?