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Aug 2016
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Aug 27 2016 05:51
Hmmm I really don´t get this one :
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RAUL B. CONDOY
@raulbc777
Aug 27 2016 05:52
@natacha-beck you're not going to believe it
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Aug 27 2016 05:52
what ?
RAUL B. CONDOY
@raulbc777
Aug 27 2016 05:52
the result of this kata
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Aug 27 2016 05:53
!
Seriously I stuck
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RAUL B. CONDOY
@raulbc777
Aug 27 2016 05:53
When I did it I laughed :smile:
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Aug 27 2016 05:54
def am_I_Wilson(p)
   my_fact = fact(p-1) + 1
   my_div  = p*p.to_f
   res     = my_fact / my_div
   res == res.ceil rescue true
end

def fact(n)
  n == 0 ? 1 : n * fact(n-1)
end
For the moment I cry :(
RAUL B. CONDOY
@raulbc777
Aug 27 2016 05:55
I solved in Python I think
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Aug 27 2016 05:55
I´m stuck with big number
My logic seems to be not so bad
RAUL B. CONDOY
@raulbc777
Aug 27 2016 05:58
Let me remember the Wilson primes are the ones that
(fact(p - 1) + 1 ) % p**2 == 0
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Aug 27 2016 06:11
import math

def am_i_wilson(n):
   if n <= 0:
    return False
   else:
    return (math.factorial(n - 1) + 1 ) % n**2 == 0
failed
:(
RAUL B. CONDOY
@raulbc777
Aug 27 2016 06:18
The point is that you don't have a primality test in your code.
You may use Miller-Rabin test or the one that you prefer. In Ruby with require 'prime' you have the it in isprime()
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Aug 27 2016 06:28
Grhhhhhh!!!!! Thanks a lot got it in ruby
!!
RAUL B. CONDOY
@raulbc777
Aug 27 2016 06:28
:+1:
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Aug 27 2016 06:28
a 8 kyu seriously... it's easy but I passed too much time on it
thanks for the hint
RAUL B. CONDOY
@raulbc777
Aug 27 2016 06:29
But you didn't realize about the result?
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Aug 27 2016 06:29
def am_I_Wilson(p)
  [5, 13, 563].include? p
end
!!!
It's a joke ?
RAUL B. CONDOY
@raulbc777
Aug 27 2016 06:30
There are only 3 Wilson Primes!!
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Aug 27 2016 06:30
Clever and best practice in ruby !
Moahha
RAUL B. CONDOY
@raulbc777
Aug 27 2016 06:32
Some users investigated at https://oeis.org/A007540 and got the result
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Aug 27 2016 06:33
ok I need a break after this kind of kata...! Thanks Raul for the help and for the reference
is really helpful and interesting
RAUL B. CONDOY
@raulbc777
Aug 27 2016 06:56
:+1: