• ###### 3au4onokcommented on "Is There an Odd Bit?" kata

The description is terrible, even seeing the answers, I can’t understand what needs to be done. (I'm not a native speaker)

• ###### emma_photoslurpcommented on "Is There an Odd Bit?" kata

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Approved

• ###### unlink.unperkscommented on "Is There an Odd Bit?" kata

nvm, you are probably talking about the tests having larger ints than were allowed in the description. Disregard my comment

• ###### Chip_Toothcreated an issue for "Is There an Odd Bit?" kata

Instructions say "Assume that x is an unsigned, 32-bit integer".
But random tests (python, btw) are giving me 50+ bit integers for x, such as 7,138,606,154,252,560.

• ###### ejini战神resolved a suggestion on "Is There an Odd Bit?" kata

Already raised as issue above

• ###### ejini战神resolved an issue on "Is There an Odd Bit?" kata

Fixed in latest fork

Approved

• ###### saudiGuycreated a suggestion for "Is There an Odd Bit?" kata

python new test framework + updaed random tests are required. updated in this fork

• ###### Wei-Ting Yangcreated an issue for "Is There an Odd Bit?" kata

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• ###### Ring2020commented on "Is There an Odd Bit?" kata

Maybe I am not well eduated enough about the computer programming fundamental.

I had a troubling understanding what this statement means
"""the bits are zero-indexed (the least significant bit is position 0)"""

which you have to reverse the binary and find the odd index if the value is 1
return True otherwise False

remark: I am not a native English speaker.
I am here to learn and welcomely to take further deeper info about this question.
Hope that helps non English speaker and get some ways to solve this problem.

• ###### user9644768created an issue for "Is There an Odd Bit?" kata

Ruby 3.0 should be enabled, see this to learn how to do it

Please organize the structure of test fixture as following (although it has been mentioned in the attached link, I'm repeated here again)

describe "<This message should describe the categories of test groups inside this block>" do
it "<A short message describing this test group>" do
expect(...).to eq(...) #Assertions
#Or Test.assert_equals(user_response, reference_response)
end
end

• ###### ejini战神resolved a suggestion on "Is There an Odd Bit?" kata

'alr approved some time ago'

• ###### lbvf50mobilecommented on "Is There an Odd Bit?" kata

Very profitable kata, it's reminds one more time about order of numberical places and characters in a string.
Thank you.