I think this is too difficult for level 8 but, for those of you who do attempt it, do read the information in the link provided in the description, particularly the Examples section.
Fix the description and make your instructions more clear
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It's hard to read without "markdown" formatting, where you add 3 back tic marks around the code.
Python 3 should be enabled.
I see, people rate this kata badly and comments show that there's room for improvement, but they're all wrong. Classic. /s
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I must be silly or something, I can't for the life of me understand how can 3 < 2 < 1 return true :/
greaterThanLessThan is a confusing and misleading name
There is no tests that checks if there more then one identical letter in the second string and only one in the first. For example my code passed all tests, but it also works on ["THE ARR", "tthhee arrrr"].
This is such a joke... The description is a bunch of jargon that has nothing to do with what's required. What it's actually asking is to return true if you can make [1,2,3] and [3,2,1] equal using some operators. This is 2kyu description for 8kyu problem.
That isn't an issue, just an opinion on a kata.
It is asking to write a simple predicate function of three arguments.
It gives examples, and from that you have to figure out how to write the function.
The description is simple, write a function which returns a boolean based on three arguments. The task is kind of a puzzle more than anything.