• ###### hermannsorgelcommented on "Is it even?" javascript solution

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I like this

• ###### shobhit-guptacommented on "Basic Mathematical Operations" javascript solution

Seems clean but, I wonder how to do error handling (Unrecognised operation, type checking values and division by 0) in this cleanly too!

• ###### MaximZozcommented on "Basic Mathematical Operations" javascript solution

i like it very much, thanks

• ###### metaseancommented on "Strings Mix" kata

When I ran "Submit" the first time, it came back with 100 fails.
I added some console.logs and re-ran it, it came back all green.
I removed the console.logs and got another 100 fails.
I added the console.logs back in and it completely submitted, without giving me a chance to refactor.

Which is to say, I think the platform itself may be having issues.

• ###### Harizzzh Zedtcommented on "Basic Mathematical Operations" javascript solution

Well...I don't know what the name of this trick?

• ###### FArekkusucreated an issue for "Find The Parity Outlier redux" kata

There're already numerous O(n) solutions to the original kata which can be trivially copied from there.

perfect

• ###### metaseancommented on "Function 1 - hello world" javascript solution

Add console.info(prev/Math.pow(2,32), prev/Math.pow(2,32) * 26 + 65) in the middle of the the iife's random function, then run it and see if you can figure out what's happening. ;-)

(function () {
...
function random() {
prev = (multiplier * prev + increment) % modulus;
console.info(prev/Math.pow(2,32), prev/Math.pow(2,32) * 26 + 65)
return prev/Math.pow(2,32);
}
...

• ###### ernestomelchorcommented on "Is it even?" javascript solution

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• ###### ajLapid718commented on "Count the smiley faces!" javascript solution

For example, how exactly does the regular expression test truthy for the smiley ";)"?

• ###### ajLapid718commented on "Count the smiley faces!" javascript solution

Nice and clean solution! I'm only slightly familiar with regular expressions, but I am trying to improve my understanding of it. Would you mind explaining the "?" between the valid noses and the valid mouths in your variable titled smileyRegExp? I've seen others describe it as a lookahead, but its purpose and effect are still a bit unclear to me. Thank you for your time ^.^

• ###### Voilecreated an issue for "Deterministic Coin Flip - Simple" kata

I don't think 3.14159 is either an even number or an odd number, since it's not even an integer.

• ###### Blind4Basicsresolved an issue on "Find something in an Array" kata

not an issue.

• ###### Fosnacommented on "Get a Bouncer for Your Club" kata

Your suggestion is accepted and included in this kata.