• haha i was sure ill click NONE because of lack of test cases but after i've solved it ive realized its brilliant :-)

  • ok,i solved ,i didnt see the hive initialization in the bee constructor.

  • is there any more infomation ??

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  • I would say this particular KATA was not about the problem statement but the solution itself. Those who are familiar with object creation will instntly get to know what to change in the code - the rest can beat the head over the question.

  • This should be a higher level kata. While the fix itself takes only a few characters, the way to understand how and why it's not working (especially with such a great description and not a single mention of how the objects are created, whether hive = new Hive() should be added by us or not, since '"hive" is undefined' etc etc) is definitely not at the 7 kyu level, which is supposed to be very basic.

  • I've spent too much time with this.

  • I think this test could be improved. I was unsure if I was suppose to add 'honey' myself and only on the second kata, there is not a lot of information on how I should setup tests or how the site will evaluate them.

    It teaches a nice lesson, but things should be better introduced.

  • +1 still passed the first two tests.

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  • Are function objects and prototype references really a beginner's subject? I'm new around here and no expert to JS but have so far solved katas rated 3 levels higher than this "7 kyu" and yet found this much more difficult as it took me some time to wrap my head around understanding the function objects and prototype references. If you have that understanding already, this kata is obviously easy, but the question stands, is that knowledge really a beginner's subject?