• ###### akar-0commented on ""Insane Coloured Triangles" Rust Translation"

I've just tried a pair of naive solutions from the 7kyu and they don't pass a single large test. Sometimes they don't pass on the medium ones. I think it's ok, isn't it?

• ###### akar-0commented on ""Insane Coloured Triangles" Rust Translation"

Well, there is not 3 kyu :D You mean the 7kyu?

• ###### akar-0commented on ""Insane Coloured Triangles" Rust Translation"

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You mean one for the 3 kyu?

• ###### Blind4Basicscommented on ""Insane Coloured Triangles" Rust Translation"

are you sure the basic algo cannot pass by chance?

• ###### _memark_commented on "My smallest code interpreter (aka Brainf**k)" rust solution

That jump() function is really simple and clever!

• ###### SithFirecommented on ""Insane Coloured Triangles" Rust Translation"

Please fork and re-publish your translation. Cannot approve because there are some merge conflicts.

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• ###### tkocommented on "Find the odd int" haskell solution

Getting odds and evens swapped? Your list has 2,3,4,5,6 appearing odd number of times, the kata states there will be exactly one that appears an odd number of times. And yes, this trick only works if the input follows the rule.

• ###### EdTheProcommented on "Find the odd int" haskell solution

I've tested this solution out, and if we give a list like `[1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]`, I get back 6. If I give it the list `[1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5]`, I get back 0.

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• ###### qwertyu123commented on "Twice linear" rust solution

It's not avaiable in Rust 1.15

• ###### suhlobcommented on "Point in Polygon" rust solution

@newmaidumosa sorry for long reply. that's good question, but i've never used it before. you can define them directly

• ###### mudiacommented on "Point in Polygon" rust solution

@tklo or @suhlob
is there an easy way to see type signatures in rust... ie in haskell `:t function_name` gives type signature.
not knowing when something is being borrowed or not is a pain!