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Voxera651368dSounds like a bad place to work at.
Coding style is something you have to learn at each location as there are no overall best ww have agreed on.
And even Amazon, known for their coding questions, don’t care about perfect code but the reasoning behind it.
If your reasoning and direction is good they can teach you the rest.
Bothering with a coding error that might not even be an error indicates either a need to prove their superiority or ignorance because the interviewer actually do mot understand the problem and us just comparing to a reference implementation.
nibor171068dDodged a bullet there I reckon
620hun884168dThat’s stupid, code styling is usually automated anyway.
MrNitrogen1068d@Robinha can't get the time back though unfortunately
nam1788754468dRemember most of the time your code will be reviewed by idiots who sucked 100 - 175 dicks to get to a lead position, so take the comments lightly.
The fact that they commented on "coding style" confirms that. - Number 1 rule of giving feedbacks: always be specific. There is no such a thing called "coding style".
hamido-san7568dWow! You recieved a REASON for not moving forward???
No offense but, friggin' first world issues...
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