Thanks for the response - My code handles Tab the same way it would handle Space - I use Regular Expression matching with \s which matches both Space and Tab equally.
Given that my code succeeds with every single one of the 12 different Test Cases in the puzzle (including the complex ones), I would expect more than 2 out of the 20 different Submission Test Cases to pass successfully. If it were only one or two of the more complex Submission Test Cases failing, I'd totally understand that I probably missed something specific in my code. I would not expect 18 out of 20 test cases (Including the very basic tests) to fail given my 100% success rate with the Puzzle Test Cases.
Again, I understand that the Submission Test cases are slightly different from the Puzzle Test cases, but here is what you put in the FAQ:
You have a minor error in your code (roundage, etc)
This is not the case given that 12 out of 12 Puzzle Tests complete successfully and only 2 out of 20 Submission Tests pass.
You haven't considered all the cases
Again, I would expect to fail only those cases in which I did not test for them in the Puzzle test. One of the puzzle tests is "Boolean Value with Spaces and Tabs". This Completes Successfully. The Submission Test is "Boolean value with spaces". This Fails. I would not expect the second test to fail if the first completes successfully.
I already stated that I did not hardcode anything. It is not coded specifically to any Test Case.