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• ###### shazibcommented on "Square(n) Sum" cpp solution

Thank you so much for your quick reply. I really appreciate it.

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• ###### bsharbb9commented on "Equal Sides Of An Array" java solution

what the hell

• ###### coffeemeshcommented on "Is n divisible by x and y?" java solution

I think this solution is harder to read than an inline if

• ###### M.Gaidamakacommented on "Square(n) Sum" cpp solution

You so cool, thanks!: )

• ###### dramforevercommented on "Square(n) Sum" cpp solution

By the same reasoning, all Python solutions should get a comment saying that 'Good solution but requires Python. Would be a problem if writing for embedded devices'. This shows that this comment about C++11 is completely irrelevant.

Not trying to say you're wrong, but I believe this is what siebenschlaefer is trying to say.

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• ###### M.Gaidamakacommented on "Square(n) Sum" cpp solution

Wow, never met accumulate before! )
Btw, is it as fast as a straightforward solution?