The wave is an example of metachronal rhythm achieved in a packed stadium when successive groups of spectators briefly stand, yell, and raise their arms.
Create a procedure that takes a string and turns it into a Wave.
wave("kodular") ➞ ["Kodular", "kOdular", "koDular", "kodUlar", "koduLar", "kodulAr","kodulaR"]
wave("just do it") ➞ ["Just do it", "jUst do it", "juSt do it", "jusT do it", "just Do it", "just dO it", "just do It", "just do iT"]
wave(" ") ➞ 
- All test cases will be lowercase strings.
- Ignore spaces (they are considered empty seats).
- An empty string should return an empty array.
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Anyone up for this?? Here is a teaser
Good one! Nice effect! I hope more people, will take on these challenges. It’s a very nice way of learning new stuff by looking at all the different solutions to the same problem people can find.
@Italo Here is the full logic for accomplishing this effect - change speed using the clock time r interval:
There is no problem. I guess the block screen was not refreshed. I just refreshed the screen. Look at the image again.
Also, did you try it?
Do you use “StarMetachronal” Extension?
Show this Problem in my projects.
Did you disable the clock in designer
No. Clock is Enable in Design Section.
In designer, clock should be disabled. I’m away from my computer. If you still can’t get it working, let us know and later I’ll upload aia source code
Its working. Thank you very much.
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