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 :>
l think some test results may not right, l calculate some case and they are not the same as on the screen
I cannot pass testRandom in Java. Its only to jump(miss) incorrect rectangles(bad orientation , minus values). Or some think else i need to do.