Most of us were playing with Lego (or even better,
Tente) when we were children, and we know how complex it is to build something strong that doesn't fall down when you have to add something heavy above, right?
We had discovered, after many times and frustration, that the bricks for any wall have to be well-placed among each others to achieve a really strong wall.
So, the aim of this Challenge is to create the strongest wall of all time! You will have to combine bricks, in a proper way, to avoid instability.
HOW IT WORKS
This is a CLI application that receives 2 arguments and represent the created wall in ASCII, easy-peasy, isn't it? Well, let's see...
To do so, your CLI command have to receive the following parameters:
HOW TO REPRESENT YOUR WALL
To represent your one-and-only creation you have to use the following elements:
HOW TO BUILD A STRONG WALL
Any builder knows that, if you just put a brick over another, your wall is going to fall down as you turn your
To build a strong wall you have to follow these considerations:
Here you could see some examples of the expected output:
$> build 5 5
$> build 10 7
$> build "eight" 
$> build 12 -4
$> build 123 1024
Naah, too much...here's my resignation.
HOW IT WORKS
WHAT WILL YOU GET
ABOUT THE CREATOR
This challenge has been created by the technical team of Schaman, a tech startup that is revolutionizing customer support, obtaining differential values of efficiency and customer satisfaction.
To do so, they automatically create personalized attention flows that detect the root cause of the problem with minimum dependence on customer interaction, and at the same time allow preventing it in the future.
The team of engineers in charge of creating this challenge is responsible for the construction of Schaman.
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