I just approved it, thank you again!
Correct, that was a typo. It should be fixed now. Thanks for the review.
Looks good, but I have one question: In randomTime, did you mean for the 50 to be 60?
Thanks, I will check it out! I had done Groovy versions of my piano katas a while back when I was playing around with Groovy a little, but didn't do them for any of my others.
Groovy translation kumited. Please review and approve. Thanks, suic
I love how simplistic this is. Instead of writing a code to find the shortest, make the shortest the first then grab the length of the first.
for me its pretty much the same as Math.pow() which we should not use here
tagline mentions date/time. Didn't use any DateTime specific methods but I did learn about filling arrays.
Good one still...
The description bothers me, because playing ascending chromatic scales you would only use your thumb, index, and middle fingers.
How would we know if you don't say which language you are using and you don't show your code either?
Post it here using proper markdown and marking your post as having spoiler content if you ask for help.
How is it that i am getting incorrect answer when i try my code here but correct when i run the same code in my computer?
Java test cases should inlcude border examples as my solution is wrong and i have passed the kata.
Very clever :D!
Better than mine.