That one's Haskell version asks for fib(1000). JS version only asks for fib(40), but that's still enough to prevent the truly naive implementation.
i made a mistake what i did was list.map(regexp)
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Not an issue.
This is a direct duplicate, see below.
There are direct Fibs kata, see below.
For some reason, doing this did not work when I attempted it... and only worked once I removed the ampersand.
I'm still not certain how closures work in Ruby... hell, I'm not even certain that is the concept I should be looking up.
How is using reduce writing your own reduce ?
Not an issue
Python translation submitted :)
Needs more robust test cases for use in 'Run tests'. Good to have a beginner kata for Fibbonaci that doesn't rely on sophisticated generation.