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#kotlinDevChallenge – 11

Write a Kotlin function to parse CSV data provided as a string, and return the data in a structured format.

The CSV data will be provided as a single string, where each line represents a row and each value is separated by a comma. The function should parse this string and convert it into a List<Person>

test cases
  1. A simple CSV string.
  2. A CSV string with empty lines.
  3. A CSV string with different line endings.
  4. A CSV string with a missing element in one of the rows.
  1. Fill in the code.
  2. You can copy the code into IntelliJ/Android Studio, but it shouldn’t be necessary.
  3. Click “run” – the green triangle. The code will compile and several tests will be run.
  4. In the logs, you will see “try again” if the solution is incorrect, or “success” and a special code.
  5. Provide this code in the form below along with your email and click “send”.
  6. Solutions will be presented the next day on Instagram

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