• ###### Chrono79resolved an issue on "Double Cola" kata

There is no such sample test. Click reset.

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Double Cola" kata

That's a random test, the list of names is random too.

• ###### mamafrantzcreated an issue for "Double Cola" kata

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• ###### wolfieolfiecommented on "Who is going to pay for the wall?" kata

I love you for making this

• ###### user9644768created an issue for "Who is going to pay for the wall?" kata

Please use new python test framework.

• ###### Reactionarycommented on "Who is going to pay for the wall?" kata

Do I really need to deal with politics EVERYWHERE? I mean dont get me wrong. I am interested in politics. I dedicate part of my day to it. But ffs does it need to be here? HERE!?

• ###### AEmcommented on "Who is going to pay for the wall?" kata

There's a bug in this Kata (huge bug, tremendously huge bug, bigger than any bug in bug history and bigger than bugs bunny for sure, believe me!):
According to recent research (many people say so, too!), Don Drumphet is actually able to remember words within range (0,7) like person, woman, man, camera, TV.

• ###### alexfrompalmspringscommented on "Who is going to pay for the wall?" kata

What's next?!

covidHoax? willMyVoteArriveOnTime?

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Who is going to pay for the wall?" kata

You're using the opposite condition, the opposite of `"<="` is `">"`.

``````a if b > c else d
d if b <= c else a
``````

Those two are equivalent.

• ###### Blind4Basicscommented on "Who is going to pay for the wall?" kata

nope:

• "less than 2" <=> `n<2`
• "less than or equal to 2" <=> `n<=2`, which is the correct... wording.

I'll update that, thx (edit: done)

• ###### seraph76commented on "Who is going to pay for the wall?" kata

The instructions state, "If the number of the characters in name is 'equal or less than two.'"
The correct phraseology should be "less than 2."

• ###### mamafrantzcommented on "Who is going to pay for the wall?" kata

Pettiness? How so, unknown?

• ###### iamtheinquisitioncommented on "Who is going to pay for the wall?" kata

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