• No, check the last column again. And maybe next time, paste the sudoku.

  • Why this is not the valid sudoko?

    1. Only 1-9 numbers
    2. 1-9 numbers in each column and each row.
    3. 1 to 9 number in each 3*3 grid.

    What else is left, test 4 is not working.

  • OP solved it, closing

  • OP solved it, closing

  • OP solved it, closing

  • OP solved it, closing

  • OP solved it, closing

  • No, please read the posts below, it's been already discussed.

  • test case: "())" expects true when attempting final solution when it should expect false

  • It seems like the only way to accomplish this task is to somehow reverse the longer words without removing them from the original array. However, that's clearly not possible

    This is very clearly very possible. You can visit #help-solve channel on Codewars Discord for some help.

  • I'm having trouble with this one. I can isolate the 5+ letter words from each sentence, and I can reverse them while keeping their original order (so 'fellow warriors' becomes 'wollef sroirraw', not 'sroirraw wollef'). However, I can't figure out how to join them back up with the words that are less than 5 characters.

    What I mean is, the sentence "The enormous word 'uncopyrightable' will reverse" becomes "The word will suomrone 'elbathgirypocnu' esrever". All the long words are pushed to the end of the sentence. I can't restore the words to their original order.

    It seems like the only way to accomplish this task is to somehow reverse the longer words without removing them from the original array. However, that's clearly not possible so I'm stuck on how to reverse only the longer words while simultaneously keeping all the words in each test sentence in their original order.

    Can anyone help?

  • which one of these is a solution that is the same solutions as everyone else?

  • the same solutions as everyone else but the tests weren't passing

    To help debug the kata you'll need to show this code. Please post it code with proper markdown and a spoiler tag.

  • The JavaScript version appears to have issues, and I had to hardcode output to some test cases in order to pass.

    I basically had the same solutions as everyone else but the tests weren't passing. Might be worth looking into.

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