A very clever solution. This helped me understand reduce better.
This one really tested my patience. Nice kata!
Yeah, works now. Thanks!
Should be fixed now.
I think its fixed now, so sorry about this. Please try again.
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I'm assuming this is Ruby too? if so they should all now be integers, sorry.
Sorry about that....the number should now be rounded to an integer.
I see that some random tests are having decimal values less than 1. Is this a conscious decision or is something not right about the random tests.
The value of 0.9999999999999999 is expected to be counted as a perfect cube in one test and not in another. This means that I can never get all tests to pass in Ruby.
C# translation <a href=https://www.codewars.com/kumite/58e47de78349ac142e0000b9?sel=58e47de78349ac142e0000b9>here, please check it)
Hi @galaxy233, sorry about that. Was a slight error :-) but fixed all bugs
Sorry about that, they should now produce at least 1.
Sorry about that, all sorted :-)