Why this problem ? It's the problem n°2 in the Cody...
Yaz, you don't respect others players if you create EXACTLY the same problems.
I suggest that new players solve the Cody Challenge (Cody Challenge Master Badge) before be able to create new problems. That seems reasonable
Any comments ?
Exactly my point. I have no problem solving a really basic problem. But its really frustrating to solve same thing again and again
While I understand that experimenting with creating problems is half the fun of Cody this is a somewhat extreme example of a repetitive problem that seems unnecessary, so yes, I agree with Jean-Marie here that perhaps some form of user-based curation like that in Answers or minimum user-requirements for creating problems might help
(not to mention that this particular testsuite does not even test for anything at all)
How can a solution submitted with size 0? I am confused...
This user (ALBERT ALEXANDER STONIER) appears to have gamed the system, with fraudulent "likes" of this unremarkable solution submitted by 'sock-puppet' accounts. —DIV
Who invented zero?
Solving Quadratic Equations (Version 1)
Matlab Basics - Logical Tests I
MATLAB Basic: rounding
Matrix of almost all zeros, except for main diagonal
Matlab Basics II - Intervals
Replace every 3rd element in a vector with 4
Matlab Basics - Rounding III
Matlab Basics II - 3 Dimensional Arrays
Matlab Basics II - Minimum
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