impressive

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Encrypt this!" kata

Don't post solutions in Discourse, please.

• ###### gabrielafh9commented on "Encrypt this!" kata

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• ###### 4ejigyhcreated an issue for "Hungarian Vowel Harmony (easy)" kata

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• ###### allyson-s-codecommented on "Small enough? - Beginner" javascript solution

Love this one!

• ###### laurelis24commented on "Most Frequent Weekdays" kata

After 3 months tried again and solved somehow. xD It's not that hard, but you need to know how Date works.

• ###### MSKosecommented on "Factorial" python solution

from laugh import lol

• ###### RustemZamalcommented on "Opposites Attract" java solution

It's just such a simple solution and at the same time very clever !!!

• ###### gabrielchocommented on "Grasshopper - Summation" go solution

A lot of us using unnecessary computing power before remembering that this little formula existed, this is why maths are important!

• ###### Blind4Basicscommented on "Van Eck's Sequence" python solution

I never saw your message ('cause, spoiler flag)...

No, afaik, there's no difference aside of, maybe, the readability. What you suggest will most likely be a little faster, but since it's computed one time only, no real interest.

In any case, tastes and colours, yeah.

Resolved.

LOL

• ###### Iamjustnickcommented on "Roman Numerals Decoder" python solution

This is genius.

• ###### dfhwzecommented on "Multiplication table" kata

One option is to use C# to its fullest power and write a custom LINQ extension method that transforms any multidimensional array to a jagged one.

• ###### suiccommented on "Multiplication table" kata

@hobovsky: My 2 cents: It's not just LINQ. There aren't that many languages with multidimensional array support like C#. The original kata and all other translations expect a jagged array as output. IMO the translation is not consistent with the original (and the other translations) without a good reason.(*) The output format limits the possible ways to solve this kata or forces using some unusual tricks.

(*) When C# supports jagged arrays and jagged arrays are the usual way, what is the point of using a construct specific to C# which is not consistent with the original? `¯\_(ツ)_/¯`