• Nickiriscommented on "Ones and Zeros" python solution

What a pythonic code,someone who doesn't use python is hard to understand.

• JohanWiltinkcommented on "Find Maximum and Minimum Values of a List" python solution

If it is, that should be tested.

• fibonaccioscommented on "Sorted? yes? no? how?" python solution

guys, one line solution looks very impressive.
But are you sure that such code is readable (especially for a developer with little experience)? :)

• __shiv__commented on "Parse nice int from char problem" python solution

I have The same input. But this will not work on other type of strings like "i am 7 years".

• hardcor3n3rdcommented on "String repeat" python solution

I read it in book that string can be multiplied with integers

• rman.karimicommented on "Ones and Zeros" python solution

nice and clean solution of course

• Chris_Randscommented on "Is it a number?" python solution

Can you show your timings? I believe this should be rather fast for the `return True` case. Also, LBYL is arguably idomatic and 'normal' in Python

• The_Carpentercommented on "Is it a number?" python solution

Plus, casting a string to a float is not doing any good here.

• The_Carpentercommented on "Is it a number?" python solution

Exception handling takes longer than a normal solution.

• tonylicodingcommented on "Is it a number?" python solution

How is this slow?

• The_Carpentercommented on "Is it a number?" python solution

One of the slowest solutions!

• awon08commented on "Ones and Zeros" python solution

Rest of the code is pretty much self-explained but I can't understand why we need the integer 2 in the end, please explain to me what is the purpose of declaring 2 in this code? Thanks

• acamcommented on "Parse float" python solution

Best Practice but adding a comment would have sent the solution to Mars!

• cairesanacommented on "Find Maximum and Minimum Values of a List" python solution

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