Thanks, bro!

• ###### jekasachancommented on "Find the position!" java solution

char variables store ASCII values of a character. Lowercase characters range from 97 to 122.
The only thing left is typecast char to int and receive the ASCII value;

• ###### Bot1215commented on "Find the position!" java solution

can you tell me how it works ? what is 96?

• ###### farhanadityacreated a question for "Triple Sorting - Sort & Stringify a list by 3 attributes" kata

Why the heck would the students's names be numbers?

• ###### akar-0commented on "Jaden Casing Strings" javascript solution

Variables are created in any case, though you don't create them yourself and they don't appear, intermediates are needed to process the code.

• ###### alexeySt0commented on "Jaden Casing Strings" javascript solution

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• ###### Elfein7Nightcommented on "Highest and Lowest" java solution

His solution is O(n) while yours is O(nlgn) :p

• ###### ejini战神resolved a suggestion on "Triple Sorting - Sort & Stringify a list by 3 attributes" kata

Approved some time ago

• ###### Fbashamcommented on "Triple Sorting - Sort & Stringify a list by 3 attributes" kata

Gotta love arrow functions.

• ###### Mr.Dr.Professorcommented on "Highest and Lowest" java solution

sorted will be delegeted to Arrays.sort() here
and Arrays.sort() is O(nlogn) which is more than
O(4n)

• ###### pojocommented on "Find the position!" java solution

Well, I believe in YAGNI (especially when solving katas, but also in real life).
If it's not part of the requirements - why bother myself with that?

• ###### Mr.Dr.Professorcommented on "Find the position!" java solution

Although not stated in the problem description,
position('A') => "Position of alphabet: -31"