• lavibu12commented on "Regexp Basics - is it a digit?" kata

Same issue to me. not clear what is going on with #6

• LeDukecommented on "Categorize New Member" python solution

Codes are written for a certain context with according tests.
If you want to take into account any possible weird input, the work is not the same!

• farhanadityacommented on "Geometry Basics: Circle Area in 2D" kata

I see what you did there ;)

Agree

• Sergiu Popcommented on "Regexp Basics - is it a digit?" kata

isn't this spoiler?

• lxg95commented on "254 shades of grey" python solution

n = min(n, 254) => return ["#%02x%02x%02x" % (i,i,i) for i in range(1, min(n, 254)+1)] ... ?

• NikBulatovcommented on "Categorize New Member" python solution

OK, this is clear code with List Comprehensions, absolutely. But in case the tuple contains one element or two, but one of them is not a number, we have errors:

``````assert open_or_senior([(45, 12), (55,), (19, '-',), (104, 20)]), ['Open', 'Senior', 'Open', 'Senior']
assert open_or_senior([(16, 23), (73,), (56, 20), (1, '-',)]), ['Open', 'Open', 'Senior', 'Open']
``````

In the case of statements, we have to describe the conditions in more detail.

• FArekkusuresolved an issue on "Geometry Basics: Circle Area in 2D" kata

Your solution doesn't return anything. Not an issue.

• BriscoRPcreated an issue for "Geometry Basics: Circle Area in 2D" kata

This comment is hidden because it contains spoiler information about the solution

• farhanadityacommented on "Regexp Basics - is it a eight bit signed number?" kata
• Added `Regular Expressions` tag
• Updated Description
• Enabled Node v12.x
• farhanadityacreated an issue for "Regexp basics - parsing prices" kata

No definition/explanation about what constitutes as "bad format" other than deriving them from the test cases.

Done.

Agree

• farhanadityacreated a suggestion for "Regexp Basics - is it a vowel?" kata

The example (`a` `e` `i` `o` `u` ) implies the vowels to be lowercase, while it's actually not just lowercase. It should be mentioned that the regex should be case-insenstiive.