## Intro

I am learning F# and am logging my progress or lack of. In doing so, I attempted a Kata for implementing a string calculator.

I did steps 1-4 of the exercise. I then got bored and decided to look for other katas.

**The following code was generated to satisfy the guts of the kata:**

module Calculator open FsUnit open NUnit.Framework open System let add (numbers:string) = let add (numbers:string) (delimiters) = if numbers.Length = 0 then 0 else numbers.Split(delimiters) |> Array.map Int32.Parse |> Array.sum let delimiters = [|',';'\n'|] let tokens = numbers.Split(delimiters); let lastToken = tokens.[tokens.Length-1] let valid = lastToken <> "" if valid then add numbers delimiters else 0

**Here’s the tests that flushed out the code:**

[<Test>] let ``adding empty string returns zero`` () = let result = add "" result |> should equal 0 [<Test>] let ``adding one number returns number`` () = let result = add "3" result |> should equal 3 [<Test>] let ``add two numbers`` () = let result = add "3,4" result |> should equal 7 [<Test>] let ``add three numbers`` () = let result = add "3,4,5" result |> should equal 12 [<Test>] let ``line feeds embedded`` () = let result = add "3\n4" result |> should equal 7 [<Test>] let ``1,\n will not be processed`` () = let result = add "1\n" result |> should equal 0

## Conclusion

In conclusion, I am learning F# and am logging my progress or lack of. In doing so, I attempted a Kata for implementing a string calculator.

I did steps 1-4 of the exercise. I then got bored and decided to look for other katas.