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• ###### slddiqcommented on "Two Sum" javascript solution

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• ###### pseud0ncommented on "A Simplistic TCP Finite State Machine (FSM)" kata

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good though

• ###### etheruskocommented on "Binary Addition" javascript solution

I think it would have been better if you had tried to get to the algorithm properly. You would have learned more. Using the solution is good when you already know how to get to the solution.

• ###### etheruskocommented on "Binary Addition" javascript solution

A little disappointing to see that there is already a solution to the problem. Surely that function uses the same algorithms that we are supposed to write. But using this solution takes away all the fun from the problem. It's literally like writing a "hello world." The only value of the kata itself is having discovered that this function exists, I guess.

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

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• ###### VanillaRamencommented on "Binary Addition" javascript solution

i spent an hour trying to use logarithms and weird stuff to manually turn decimal to binary the way i would with pen and paper before i remembered you could just do this... im gonna cry

• ###### abderrahmane1110commented on "Binary Addition" javascript solution

Amazing bro ! Best Practise

• ###### oychengjuncommented on "Two Sum" javascript solution

why always double circulate is the top Best Practices？ seriously?!

once circulate is OK !

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• ###### saudiGuycreated a suggestion for "A Simplistic TCP Finite State Machine (FSM)" kata

python new test framework is required. updated in this fork

• ###### Late347commented on "A Simplistic TCP Finite State Machine (FSM)" kata

pro (or noob) tips for C++

• remember to forward declare if you intend to use class of your own
• know where to instantiate your object of the class that you need (best practice avoid global variables)
• know the initial state

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