Some weeks ago I co-organized a Scala BCN meetup where we implemented a Bank account class in pairs and TDD. Easy for any of you that are starting with Scala. Here you have the github link to try it by yourself!

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This kata will take place on Nov. 23, 2017. It is an adapted version of the banking kata from http://kata-log.rocks/

To start, download/clone the repository and import the project with IntelliJ. You can also use plain old vim and sbt. Enjoy!

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Your Task

Your bank is tired of its mainframe COBOL accounting software and they hired both of you for a greenfield project in - what a happy coincidence

your favorite programming language!

Your task is to show them that your TDD-fu and your new-age programming language can cope with good ole’ COBOL!

Requirements

Write a class Account that offers the following methods void deposit(double) double withdraw(double) void printStatements() and double balance

An example statement would be:

Date Amount Balance
24.12.2015 +500 500
23.8.2016 -100 400

Solutions

There are two solutions available. One is more java-like and the other one is more functional (thanks to Lau and Artur for this solution).


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