• ###### IvanGS06commented on "Last digit of a large number" python solution

This solution have a problem with n1 = n^x and n2 = m^y

• ###### Azoz-focuscommented on "Last digit of a large number" python solution

these types of questions convinced me to start learning number theory, mind if you tell me specifically whats this about?

me too)))

• ###### theAmazingJunkmancommented on "Last digit of a large number" python solution

Wow, I used number theory in my solution, but it wasn't anywhere near this compact

• ###### mauro-1commented on "Last digit of a large number" python solution

No, it is fast.

• ###### p3yif102commented on "Last digit of a large number" python solution

#11bfr_42x

your solution is very elegant . thanks for the intel .
python is a black art .

• ###### GNUqb114514commented on "Last digit of a large number" python solution

I know it but i dont know the third argument

• ###### GNUqb114514commented on "Last digit of a large number" python solution

What a amazing standard library! (but it maybe slow)

• ###### KayleighWasTakenresolved an issue on "Node Mania" kata

The tests are correct, your code is mutating the inputs somehow. Not a kata issue.

Approved

• ###### Abdou_whcommented on "Last digit of a large number" python solution

Your solution is very slow, you can solve this problem using number theory.

• ###### dashiellcommented on "DNA to RNA Conversion" java solution

It's stated in the problem that RNA cannot have 'T' and DNA cannot have 'U', so how could both of them be in the same sequence for either type?

• ###### morozantoncommented on "Last digit of a large number" python solution

you can do it without actually raising the number to the power (much faster for huge powers)

• ###### avichiicommented on "Node Mania" kata

is it me or was it quite easy to code in python!
would've been better if C was provided as an option!