Thanks, approved.

Current Ruby translation exposes solution and doesn't include random tests. Fixed Ruby translation waiting for approval:

Haskell: some random test cases have x < y, which doesn't agree with the description.

x < y

Fix submitted.

Oh, should've tagged this as an issue, I'll check and fix this.

Am I missing something? x=13878 y=3578 expected:<-380198835>

Approved, thanks.

Ruby: https://www.codewars.com/kumite/5c055ad29e49716c420001c9?sel=5c055ad29e49716c420001c9

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As I said in the description, it's any possible square, including overlapping ones, so the 3x2 rectangle has 8 total squares with 6 1x1s and 2 2x2s. Sorry for the late response, I haven't been very active recently.

Are these overlapping or distinct squares? Because 3x2 contains 2 overlapping 2x2 squares and 6 distinct 1x1 squares

are these overlapping squares or distinct? because 3*2 contains 2 overlapping squares of area 2x2. and it contains 6 distinct squares of 1x1.

Approved, thanks, sorry about the late response.

Haskell : https://www.codewars.com/kumite/5b873a0c36332f9f400000ef?sel=5b873a0c36332f9f400000ef

replaced as with adsub

Thanks, approved.

Thanks, approved.

Current Ruby translation exposes solution and doesn't include random tests. Fixed Ruby translation waiting for approval:

Haskell: some random test cases have

`x < y`

, which doesn't agree with the description.Fix submitted.

Oh, should've tagged this as an issue, I'll check and fix this.

Am I missing something?

x=13878 y=3578

expected:<-380198835>

Approved, thanks.

Ruby: https://www.codewars.com/kumite/5c055ad29e49716c420001c9?sel=5c055ad29e49716c420001c9

This comment is hidden because it contains spoiler information about the solution

As I said in the description, it's

possible square, including overlapping ones, so the 3x2 rectangle has 8 total squares with 6 1x1s and 2 2x2s. Sorry for the late response, I haven't been very active recently.anyAre these overlapping or distinct squares?

Because 3x2 contains 2 overlapping 2x2 squares and 6 distinct 1x1 squares

are these overlapping squares or distinct?

because 3*2 contains 2 overlapping squares of area 2x2. and it contains 6 distinct squares of 1x1.

Approved, thanks, sorry about the late response.

Haskell : https://www.codewars.com/kumite/5b873a0c36332f9f400000ef?sel=5b873a0c36332f9f400000ef

replaced as with adsub

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