=== instead of == is better practice
Nice idea. But it doesn't work with all values in JS. For example it returns true with 1 and 2
""xor" only returns true if EXACTLY one of the two expressions evaluate to true."
(.) = flip ($)
Great use of this property!
That's impressive, I often forget that there probably is some hidden pattern that I can leverage. Good one :).
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Some "special" cases are not tested. Your solution can't handle big numbers like 512 or 563.
i love this solution, its very elegant!
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