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  • done

  • handled

  • done.

  • The name of the preloaded dictionary is not mentioned in the description.

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  • Please, write two spaces in the fallowing example. ====> .... . .-.. .-.. --- .-- --- .-. .-.. -.. → "hello world"

    I know its written in the desciption that two spaces separates the word but I looked into the example and I didn't find them. It took me few minutes to figure out what really separates it, then I found 2 spaces in test xd

  • ...and the argument string is also a restricted word.

  • If you are going to claim there is mistake in a solution when there is a clash between it and yours :

    -provide the input
    -provide the expected/user output
    -note why your solution is the correct one

    If your issues are not actionable, they are not issues.

  • It is noted in the code directly.

    That is the style of the translator. I have translated his kata and he doesn't like to have the description updated with things like that, he prefers them in the code itself as comments.

    There is a lot of inconsistency about things like this because there isn't a standard to appeal to so you just have a mass of conflicting opinions.

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  • Yeah. No clue why they decided to approve this kata...

  • I guessed that "dict" indeed referred to the dictionary name but I really hoped it didn't...

    He could at least find a clearer wording like Morse code is available through "dict" variable instead of dict preloaded. Damn, dict is a part of the language; of course, it's "preloaded".

  • In fact, it is, @GiacomoSorbi called it dict and preloaded solution states dict preloaded. Cunning, isn't it?

  • Someone creating a duplicate after your kata might be a problem, but here some user decides to approve this kata 3 years after the other one...

  • Ah, the kata you linked is (marginally) newer than this one--it didn't exist when I created this one. Indeed, probably makes more sense to go with that one instead.

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