For c==4 and other numbers where abs(c)>2, I think the function should be defined to return 0 rather than 1.
I am really stuck on this one. I know it is likley me not the question but I cannot figure out why in the final validation, -2i should give N=1, I get it to be N=2? any help is appriciated, this is the only situlation where code fails.
For people like me that hoped this challenge would end with a pretty picture:
for complex no, u need to take the absolute value to check if it is greater than 2
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Thanks for noticing that, @Shlomo Geva. The link has been fixed.
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