I would like to add the 48in24 W5 exercise Protein-Translation to the Fortran track.
I’m not sure how to best handle invalid codon errors, so I simply went with returning an empty list.
Not completely related, but while testing the example implementation I noticed, that aborting execution using a
STOP statement seems to automatically pass the assert_equal tests.
If it’s too unwieldy, you could just not include the test and mark it as not included in the metadata.toml.
I don’t think it’s necessarily unwieldy, but maybe conceptually not great.
But also looking at how this is handled in other tracks (e.g. C++), instead of imposing a suboptimal way of dealing with invalid codons, simply removing the corresponding tests is probably better.
I agree with removing the tests, that seems like a better option.
@D3usXMachina I can’t seem to re-open the pull request. Could you re-create the PR (sorry!)?
Sorry, I’m new to this, so I might have set some settings wrong.
Is there a way to link to the forum discussion in order to avoid having the PR automatically closed?
There isn’t. We have to manually re-open the PR.