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justin cater

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Kata – implementing a functional List data structure in Kotlin Posted: Oct 6, 2017 10:07 AM
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I saw an exercise in chapter 3 of the excellent Functional Programming in Scala book which deals with defining functional data structures and uses the linked list as an example on how to go about developing such a datastructure. I wanted to try this sample using Kotlin to see to what extent I can replicate the ...

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