DigitDegree | CodeFights Intro Algorithm JavaScript Solution and Breakdown



DigitDegree | CodeFights Intro Algorithm JavaScript Solution and Breakdown
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4 thoughts on “DigitDegree | CodeFights Intro Algorithm JavaScript Solution and Breakdown

  1. I would've put if(n<=9) at the beginning of the while loop so you only needed it once. I haven't programmed in a long time so I could be wrong 😋. I love your videos btw

  2. For this problem I suggest creating a function to sum the digits in a given number. Then simply count how many times `digitSum` has to be applied to `n` to get a single digit number.

    To sum the digits in a number one could use a mod/div approach.
    1. If you mod a base-10 number by 10, you'll get it's first digit. (e.g. 123 % 10 = 3)
    2. If you divide a base-10 number by 10, you'll remove it's first digit. (e.g. 123 / 10 = 12.3)
    Applying this knowledge you can create a function like `digitSum` I use bellow.

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