#kotlinDevChallenge – 21

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Very fun challenge today.

Your task is to… make the code compile.

Task Description:

  1. State needs to be an interface
  2. You can add member functions or extension functions to State
  3. There are no test cases, after succesfull compilation you’ll se the code.

We want to be able to use destructive declaration on state: State

fun useDestructiveDeclaration(state: State) {
    val (a: String, b: Int) = state
}
  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”.

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