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Tutorial cats

Your job is to make all the test green!

Notice that:

Cats implicits for a given type follow this convention import cats.instances.mytype._

Cats syntax for a given type follow this convention import cats.syntax.atype._

TODO 01 - Eq

Comparing with Eq, === and =!=

~testOnly example.EqSpec

TODO 02 - Printable

Implement the printable for Gato (spanish for Cat).

cats usually split typeclasses in the following way:

  • A trait defining the general behavior
  • A companion object that contains the type classes
  • A syntax object containing implicit class(es)
~testOnly example.PrintableSpec

TODO 03 - Monoid

Monoids can combine two elements of the same type (thanks to semigroup) and have an empty element.

|+| is an alias for combine present in semigroup

~testOnly example.MonoidSpec

TODO 04 - Functor

Playing with Functors.

Functors can map over something

~testOnly example.FunctorSpec

TODO 05 - Write and Read

Handling additional information to the main logic flow.

Write monad add additional information

Read monad expects contextual information

~testOnly example.WriteAndReadSpec

TODO 06 - State

Solving equations.

State Monad cumulates values

~testOnly example.StateSpec

TODO 07 - Validation

Validation Monad and Either Monad handle errors

~testOnly example.ValidationSpec

Problems?

If you are really, really, really having problems finding the right imports just include the following

import cats._
import cats.implicits._

However one of the goals of this exercise is to be able to identify where the typeclass implementation is located.

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