• i think it'll be so much easier to identify where we went wrong if instead of returning "Value is not what was expected", it returns the result of the code. I'm using javascript and i practically copied and altered my python code that had worked before but it sucks not knowing where you messed up at in the code you know

  • 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...