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Guillaume received Leader badge for Solution 833281

on 19 Feb 2016

Guillaume submitted a Comment to Solution 824021

It's a good thing that the length of a string does not count towards the score!

on 10 Feb 2016

Guillaume submitted Solution 802877 to Problem 42706. Step up

on 8 Jan 2016

Guillaume submitted a Comment to Problem 42704. prime to each other

It seems to me that the logic of the test suite is reversed. You're asking if the numbers are coprime and yet want 0 (false) when they are.

on 6 Jan 2016

Guillaume submitted a Comment to Problem 42647. Recursion - Fun

The difficulty with this problem is not generating the sequence, that is trivial, but to conform to the completely arbitrary and inaccurate rounding rules of the test suite.

on 3 Dec 2015

Guillaume submitted a Comment to Solution 767165

No, this has nothing to do with round-off error. The solution itself rounds massively the input. If I pass x = pi to unique, I expect pi as an output, not 3.1416.

on 4 Nov 2015

Guillaume submitted a Comment to Solution 767165

An easy way to defeat that solution would be to use proper floating point numbers in the test suite. x = pi is enough to make it fail.

on 2 Nov 2015

Guillaume submitted a Comment to Problem 42671. unique with nan

As standard unique does not operate on columns I didn't even realise that the example had two identical columns. I saw the problem as just remove the unique elements in each row which could potentially result in rows of different length. Hence my initial question.

on 27 Oct 2015

Guillaume submitted a Comment to Solution 766581

Note that format xxx has no effect on the precision of calculation. It only affects display.

on 26 Oct 2015

Guillaume submitted a Comment to Problem 42671. unique with nan

A more complete description of what we're supposed to achieve would be useful. What are we supposed to do if a row has less elements than the others after applying unique? Pad it with zero as your second test seem to imply?

on 26 Oct 2015

Guillaume submitted a Comment to Solution 761291

I find it ironical that you disallow unique in the test suite, yet your own solution is just a roundabout way of calling unique

on 15 Oct 2015

Guillaume submitted a Comment to Problem 42665. sort matrix

The problem statement should say what is and is not allowed for the solution, particularly if you're going to invalidate previously valid solutions.

on 15 Oct 2015

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