'looks like you solved it'
There is still a typo in that sentence.
I am curious of this one, if it is ok to ask, how would someone here go about getting the roots of a number, possibly on paper the easiest way possible. For example how could I determine that the roots of 121 would in fact be 11?
Edit: Perhpas in python I could use sqrt() for that
ah i see thx
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I am not able to submit kata.please help me to resolve issue. there is not button for submit kata
Judging by the fact it hasn't been solved in 4 months and no feedback given to your comment, it seems that nobody really cares about those corner cases. :( Although they render a good portion of solutions plainly wrong.
There's also a really interesting one edge case: (2^26 + 1)^2 - 1. Solutions that test for fraction part of sqrt() to be zero will think it's a perfect square.
Hello, there is a small typo in the kata description, last line :
"If the parameter is itself not a perfect square, than -1 should be returned."
-> "If the parameter is itself not a perfect square, then -1 should be returned."
Thanks for your kata !
did you imported math?
ahh, got it. ty.
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thank you rowcased, i will work on it.