• ###### UlrichBerntiencommented on "Are You Playing Banjo?" rust solution

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• ###### MatFynuscommented on "Function 1 - hello world" dart solution

Same for me ^^

lmao

• ###### hussamsindhucommented on "Function 1 - hello world" dart solution

Why you did not do that?Maybe someone like me learn something new from you :)

• ###### ejini战神resolved a suggestion on "Simple assembler interpreter" kata

'alr approved some time ago'

• ###### voximitycommented on "Reversed Words" lua solution

Semicolons are never needed, actually! Maybe I prefer my solutions as needless one-liners.

• ###### alashakhanovcommented on "Reversed Words" lua solution

Semicolons are needed in some cases. I just prefer using them all the time.

• ###### voximitycommented on "How good are you really?" lua solution

A primitive iterator. `pairs(table)` returns `next, table, nil`, so `pairs(table)` is effectively identical to `next, table`.

• ###### voximitycommented on "Reversed Words" lua solution

Started out as a one liner, didn't expand because it wasn't necessary. At least I'm not using semicolons in Lua ;)

• ###### alashakhanovcommented on "Reversed Words" lua solution

That is unnecessarily minimalistic.

• ###### alashakhanovcommented on "How good are you really?" lua solution

What is "next"?

• ###### Slipeer13commented on "Simple consecutive pairs" kata

Thanks, my english is not very good)).

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Simple consecutive pairs" kata

return the count of pairs that have consecutive numbers

These are the pairs for that input:

`(21, 20), (22, 40), (39, -56), (30, -55), (95, 94)`

Only two of those have consecutive numbers: `(21, 20), (95, 94)`

• ###### Slipeer13commented on "Simple consecutive pairs" kata

assertEquals(2,Solution.solve(new int[]{21, 20, 22, 40, 39, -56, 30, -55, 95, 94}));//
There is only one pair (22, 40) or am I wrong? Because of this, the solution does not pass.

Approved