in the "six && two with noise" test case. Where exactly is the noise? Or maybe I've misunderstood what noise is.
I've been trying to submit my code but keep running into exit code 139, response received but no data was written to STDOUT or STDERR. Please help, I really want to see if my code passes the more advanced tests.
To be more specific, I mean three and more intersections when a single coordinate(point) belongs to three or more rects.
Are there any multiple intersections (3 and more)?
Just because someone has an opinion doesn't mean it's debatable. 1 + 6 + 7 is 14. There is no room for people expressing their "creativity and come up with different approaches."
1 + 6 + 7
This kata is really cool, it spent a lot of time on my todo list, but I've finally cleared it.
sorry I have just marked a comment as spoiler by mistake. You say to determine A and B (A < B). Others have said 1-3-7 ratios still hold for this kata. both things are true?
Fixed. To fix a typo is more of a suggestion than an issue :P
There is a typo in '_', '|', '\'. '/', it should be '_', '|', '\', '/'.
'_', '|', '\'. '/'
'_', '|', '\', '/'
Crazy kata :D Needs so much attention to detail o_O Could've been a bit more interesting if noise overlapped with existing numbers and, say, it would count as valid number even if 1 or 2 pieces were blocked. Regardless, something unique and enjoyable once you solve it :>