• BachMcCanncommented on "The Matrix background" kata

The description of your kata is the best that I've seen on CodeWars. Awesome job!!!!!!!!!!!!!

• EvgKrmcreated a suggestion for "All Star Code Challenge #23" kata

In the Instructions: “5. The longest kill streak is worth 2^N, where N is the number of kills of the streak”, so I’ve began with the idea, that only one player, with the longest kill streak, gets points, and the others get 0. And surely enough it doesn’t work. So, I got, every player becomes points for their streak nevertheless is it the best/longest result among all the players or not.
Maybe it’s better to determine “5. The kill streak is worth …”
And one more thing, in the Instructions: “Players with the same score should be sorted by the order they appear in the array.” So, at first, I’ve sorted the results with key = (score, position) in case there are more than one player with the same score. But then I tried and found out, that the sorting with key = score can pass all the test as well.
So maybe it’s better to dismiss this part of Instructions, or to add additional tests, where two players or more have the same result.
Thank you.

• ejini战神resolved a question on "All Star Code Challenge #23" kata

Your code has many errors:

• You did not consider including the score for `normKill` of each Player object

• `Each point of damage done is worth 0.5 points` is not implemented correctly in your code

• logic for `returns an array of player names, in order of descending score (highest score is index 0, 2nd highest is index 1, etc.)` is not implemented correctly too

Fixed by OP

Approved

• VDSurChauffecommented on "All Star Code Challenge #18" kata

You're printing the result instead of returning it.

• Khwebzakcommented on "All Star Code Challenge #18" kata

def str_count(strng, letter):
e = strng.count(letter)

``````print(e)
``````

still says I am wrong though my code does exactly what is expected

• Chrono79resolved an issue on "All Star Code Challenge #18" kata

I wouldn't say that's a kata issue, but fixed it.

• thomas230commented on "All Star Code Challenge #18" kata

c#, in the sample tests. Tests spelled tetst

• Chrono79commented on "All Star Code Challenge #18" kata

Could you elaborate? Which language? Which mistake?

• thomas230created an issue for "All Star Code Challenge #18" kata

spelling mistake in the tests

• dianalyicommented on "All Star Code Challenge #18" kata

am a new learner but i just stuck after var count = 0;
am thinking what i should bring it back

• saudiGuycreated a suggestion for "All Star Code Challenge #23" kata

python new test framework is required. updated in this fork

• saudiGuycreated an issue for "All Star Code Challenge #23" kata

Python: Random tests are vulnerable to input modification