Check out this BF interpreter:
You can see HEX output in this.
You're right, sorry. I had put >++. by mistake at the end. 🤦
"Hello World!" has 12 chars, your code has 13 . operations. This solution cannot be correct.
Have you read the error message? It should be obvious what "expected X, instead got Y" means.
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I don't know much about SQL but I think semicolons are used to separate, not terminate statements.
So if you have several statements, you would use a semicolon between them.
can spot an emoji in there, does that reveal how you feel about this kata
Doing this math in milliseconds is a super bad idea, and completely unnecessary.
Isn't a semi-colon necessary after a query?
(Just started learning SQL)
Duplicate of "add big numbers" katas.
You should clearly specify in the description that input numbers should be converted to strings and then summed as decimal numbers. The most precise answer for 0.1 + 0.2 is 0.30000000000000004 if inputs are floating-point numbers.
0.1 + 0.2
It is definetely not a byproduct of the kata requiring the next highest pair. The reason people haven't been using this solution is because most don't know about it.
I know this is old, but thanks for sharing! Very interesting.
duplicate to many