• done.

    Note: I didn't realize there was a JS version before I totally updated the tests+examples in the description and the thing is... the python version used an incorrect date.... X( (that I kept as base... :/ )

    => I just updated the JS version so that it's consistent with the new version of the description (removing/updating the incorrrect fixed tests), just so that both languages have the same behavior... But I invalidated all previous JS solutions, so... Anyway, it needs a full rewrite...

  • one small typo: habbit should be habit

  • done for python. JS needs an update. Closing here.

  • description updated. Now it's easy to spot.

  • issue part: JS version needs to be completely rewritten to be consistent with the python one


    • description corrected (start date was totally wrong...)
    • python 3.6 added
    • random tests added in python
    • replaced fixd tests by more useful ones...
  • There are no random tests, only fixed tests.

    And all but a few of the tests expects false.

  • Need to clarify what 100-day window every 1500 days is. Is it a 1500 or 1600 day interval? Where is that window along the whole interval?

  • Description updated.

  • Random tests added to python.

    JS is still lacking, though...

  • The 1st sample test case says 2048-07-01 should return True, but the closest date range is 2048-07-18 - 2048-10-25.
    According to my calculations 2048-07-01 is 40483 days away from 1937-8-30.

  • Definitely not naughty, but a NICE and relatively simple way to learn how to access objects within objects!

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  • You're right, my calculations were off. Thanks for letting me know. I have updated the kata and test cases accordingly.

  • once during a 100-day window every 1500 days

    1937-08-30 - 1937-12-08

    if the given date is in one of these date ranges (inclusive)

    If 1937-12-08 is included, this would be 101 days, not 100.

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