• ###### your_dedcreated an issue for "The treasure in the Toroid [Code Golf]" kata

Shouldn't this maze return True? If you look at this path and count steps (blue dots), then they sum exactly equal to 10, as in requirement (print at the bottom). And health (3-1+2-3) is ok. Am i missing something?

• ###### your_dedcommented on "Reverse Inside Parentheses (Inside Parentheses)" python solution

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• ###### avichiicommented on "Async Requests | Don't let server down!" kata

I'm slowly getting this!

• ###### your_dedcommented on "Count the number of cubes with paint on" python solution

It's great that you provided proof! I love it!

I would just like to add one little thing: in the problem statement there was an example with a cube that was cut 0 times. And, although it is not indicated that such a case also needs to be processed, I just note that this formula will give the wrong result: 2 instead of 1.

I say this because I myself came to this formula trying to derive a pattern from the solved options) The pattern broke only on the 0th option)

• ###### your_dedresolved a suggestion on "Async Requests | Don't let server down!" kata

Fixed. Thank you!)

• ###### Kacarottcreated a suggestion for "Async Requests | Don't let server down!" kata

Typo `toster` -> `toaster`

• ###### your_dedresolved a suggestion on "Async Requests | Don't let server down!" kata

Done. Thank you)

• ###### your_dedcommented on "Async Requests | Don't let server down!" kata

Hello!)

I'm glad that you found something interesting for yourself) In fact, I often use it in my work, that's why I got the idea to create this kata.

Regarding your suggestion... I agree that it would be nice to clarify this point. Because I got a pretty thin gap between "too fast" and "too slow".

• ###### Blind4Basicscreated a suggestion for "Async Requests | Don't let server down!" kata

Hi,

Nice, I finally saw a concrete application for the stuff you use in your solution ('always wondered wath it was for...).

About your kata, I feel like it's a bit underspecified. Maybe you could add a note that it's guaranteed that all the requests can be done in time if managed appropriately?

• ###### your_dedcommented on "Async Requests" kata

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• ###### your_dedcommented on "Nesting Structure Comparison" python solution

actualy, `[(1), 1], [1, (1)]` must return `True`, cause `[(1), 1], [1, (1)]` same to `[1, 1], [1, 1]` and its the same structure. But yeah, i get the point (`[(1,), 1], [1, (1,)]`), just little detail...