We are currently preparing for the next coding dojo in our team. A team mate and I came up with a nice kata which we are going to try out today. We didn’t check if there is already such a kata available on the internet. So please take no offense if you already came up with a similar solution ðŸ˜‰

- All input values should be int.
- The calculator should never throw exceptions.
- The api should guide through the fluent interface, i.e. after the calc method you are never again able to call the calc method.
- It is possible to get the result by implicitly casting it to int.

Here are two examples:

int result = Calculator .Calc(10) .Plus(5) .Minus(2) .Undo() .Redo() .Undo() .Plus(5); // -> result = 20

And another one:

int result = Calculator .Calc(10) .Plus(5) .Minus(2) .Undo() .Undo() // -> 10 .Redo() .Redo() // -> 13 .Redo(); // -> result = 13

For fast teams there is another requirement which extends the calculator:

- It is possible to call Save anytime which saves the state of the previous operations
- After a save point directly executed Undo or Redo operations have no effect

int result = Calculator .Calc(10) .Plus(5) .Minus(2) .Save() .Undo() .Redo() .Undo() .Plus(5); // -> result = 18

We appreciate feedback!

RT @planetgeekch: The fluent calculator kata http://t.co/r39lZuxtvs

RT @planetgeekch: The fluent calculator kata http://t.co/r39lZuxtvs