Given a list of states, remove all the states that have two-word names.
s1 = 'Alabama Montana North Carolina Vermont Nevada';
s2 = 'Alabama Montana Vermont Nevada';
The test function has some incorrect values: Nebraska and Nevada are incorrectly removed, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota and West Virginia are incorrectly left in.
I've fixed the problem and you're now the leader. Sorry about that!
A second test case is needed for this problem. 'New York Nevada' should suffice.
I added another test, similar to the one suggested. Thanks for the comment Richard!
I keep getting 'inappropriate content' errors.
"Remove inappropriate content" error...
What is " two_word name"??
if i would grasp all regexp possibilities in depth.. makes me cry
What do this problem mean ?
@Cody Team, does this need to be a Cody Challenge? It's a pretty rubbish problem
The pass criteria should not be specific to the number of spaces that are left instead of the omitted state names. This beats the purpose of the exercise. There should either be no extra spaces left in the solutions, or it should not be specific to how the author of the challenge solved the problem.
I've never cared so much about America
Inconsistent behavior - if you are going to make a question like this, make it representative of what would actual be done and not some arbitrary undocumented rules like "replace a two-word state name with a space"
did not give the list of states names
Something wrong in test 1
Alphabetize by last name
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