• pablischcommented on "Form The Minimum" python solution

TL;DR, it all depends on who you are writing the code for. Personally, I enjoyed it but wouldn't write it.

This feels like an age old argument between concise and readable code. To a complete beginner this would not be very useful or accessible. For me, knowing some JS and a week into learning Python, it is not readable but fun and interesting to dissect and understand, and it helps me to learn. Thank you. And I can easily understand that this becomes quite obvious with time.

• Owen96commented on "Return Two Highest Values in List" python solution

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• msc3000commented on "Return Two Highest Values in List" python solution

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• djezz_commented on "Return Two Highest Values in List" python solution

Can you explain, please? I wrote the same code..
i'm a beginer and i don't understand why this code is horrible...

• bradcypertcommented on "Reverse list recursively" fsharp solution

The point was to hand-write a recursive function :)

• realfgcommented on "String ends with?" csharp solution

The point of solving the issue was making it as short as possible.
Therefore, using the arrow function and removing the brakets were neccary.

It's clever, but not best practice at all :)

• realfgcommented on "String ends with?" csharp solution

Das wäre in der Tat auch eine Lösung gewesen,
aber ich wollte ja eine möglichst kurze Lösung haben. :P

Davon abgesehen, sollte man die Funktion nicht auf meine Art implementieren, und auch möglichst auch ein reverse mit anschließender for-Schleife ;D

• SemihCcommented on "Return Two Highest Values in List" python solution

HORRIBLE CODE

• Cloud Walkercommented on "Cryptanalysis Word Patterns" kata

Nice kata. Correctly graded at 7 kyu.

• Chrono79commented on "Cryptanalysis Word Patterns" kata

Print the input to help you debug your code. It is not case insensitive.

As an example, the word "hello" would become "0.1.2.2.3". For this task case-sensitivity is ignored, so "hello", "helLo" and "heLlo" will all return the same word pattern.

• anthony13commented on "Cryptanalysis Word Patterns" kata

I have problem in execute to exercise, expected '0.1.2.3.4' to equal '0.1.2.2.3'. Same in my machine return be corret

• sanckhcommented on "String ends with?" csharp solution

In this case he had to remove the given brackets so this actually took longer, but very clever!

• psmilliorncommented on "Cryptanalysis Word Patterns" kata

I think that was it. My solution is wrong, but the output in the test is no longer truncated. Thanks!

• Chrono79commented on "Cryptanalysis Word Patterns" kata

Backup your code, click Reset, paste it and try again.

• Chrono79commented on "Cryptanalysis Word Patterns" kata

Check it now.