That first rule can confuse people, it implies that you can mix different separators in a single address. I'd suggest removing it. The rest of the rules are pretty clear.
That would be too easy.
That's for you to figure out heh. Instructions are okayish and those test case examples actually bring more clarity as to what to do.
Why good("Jako#One#Zone"), good("793#"), good(" 0tZd1hJ") and good("123654789#0") returns true? Your instructions are not full?
how is this 4 kyu?????? must not be made for haskell...
Good kata. 4kyu rating is spot-on.
Another great kata up for grabs ~~ !!! ^^
What would be the criteria of grepping?
(I don't think there is any such text pattern which one can find in these class of katas)
but it's better to have a list still instead of using the search bar to find related ones. (And there's more, especially the beta ones) I think I'll go make one when I finalize some stuff ~~
There are very few of them. (Atmost 10)
A list should be made for that in wiki page ~~
Node 10 should be disabled.
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Ruby 3.0 should be enabled.