[Newbies] crossSum

stéphane ducasse ducasse at iam.unibe.ch
Wed May 10 09:00:22 UTC 2006

What I suggest also is to write SUnits to document the behavior of  
your program.
You will see that when the bar of the test runner will be green after  
a large change, you
will get a really powerful feeling.

I wrote the chapter Sunit Explained only for people starting.
In 3.9 there is a reallllllly cool SUnit browser.


On 9 mai 06, at 12:30, Enrico Schwass wrote:

> Hello
> First of all. The creation of this mailinglist was a very good idea.
> Reading the original list I always felt wrong, because of the very  
> high
> level of questions and ... yes answers. Thanks :)
> Anyway. I was looking for a crossSum Method for Integers.
> e.g. 251 crossSum (sometimes called checksum) should return 8
> 1234 -> 10
> I couldnt find one with method finder. So I wrote one by myself.
> And a friend - also a smalltalk newbie - did another one.
> Probably both are not perfect.
> The first problem is: Where to put the new method? We decide to put it
> directly into Integer (arithmetic). There are no side effects, we  
> guess.
> Are we right?
> Second, we dont know the class library very well. It tooks 20 min to
> find the smalltalk equivalent to !=
> Its ~= for other newbies :)
> So we never know, if we are doing it the smalltalk way.
> It would be great if others post their solution and it could be a good
> example for describing the test first development cycle, too. Another
> area I am not so familiar with. But I am eager to learn this.
> BTW: How can I tell method finder to use new implemented methods for
> example search? 1. 2. 3. 4. 10 didnt show me crossSum.
> Have a nice day
> Enno
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