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Collections are a way for you to organize kata so that you can create your own training routines. Every collection you create is public and automatically sharable with other warriors. After you have added a few kata to a collection you and others can train on the kata contained within the collection.
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Hi! We are working in this Kata rigth now and we have to change certain things. But thank you for the support.
Please if you like the idea of the Kata check it soon :)
Nah, that's what we call cheating. I just forgor about the variable name. Technically, it's the same code. Imma write python minifier some time.
nice!. how about the next more advanced kumite. where the knight makes 2 moves instead of just one. Im publishing it today...
I havent solved it yet. Your solution looks really efficient. Im just thrilled that people are interested in the problem.
Im thinking about a similar 3d problem using a bishop and two moves.
Taking the idea all the way, how about a whole 3d chess game? !!
XDD
agreed
Made an expanded second version.
If you have any feedback, improvements or recomendations, I would apprechiate them.
I'm thinking about converting them to Katas once I'm done.
Thanks!
No Problem any time !
In example 2 , we are given a list of numbers called nums. The list contains 2 numbers, which are 0 and 1. We are told that there is a missing number in the range of numbers from 0 to 2. Since there are 2 numbers in the list, the range of numbers should also include 2, but it is missing from the list. Therefore, 2 is the missing number in this case.
Thanks! It was funny
I've been writing it like that for 2 years? While yes it is pretty obvious, there are other ways of solving it. Either way you write it, in the end if it works it works, no big deal.
Fair enough.
Fairly obvious way of writing it though.
You may be correct on that. I am not well versed on the time difference but even I can tell the first is faster by a margin. The first one however could be optimized.
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