# Wordy in Rust

#### Parse and evaluate simple math word problems returning the answer as an integer.

1 | ```
exercism fetch rust wordy
``` |

# Wordy

Parse and evaluate simple math word problems returning the answer as an integer.

## Iteration 1 — Addition

Add two numbers together.

What is 5 plus 13?

Evaluates to 18.

Handle large numbers and negative numbers.

## Iteration 2 — Subtraction, Multiplication and Division

Now, perform the other three operations.

What is 7 minus 5?

2

What is 6 multiplied by 4?

24

What is 25 divided by 5?

5

## Iteration 3 — Multiple Operations

Handle a set of operations, in sequence.

Since these are verbal word problems, evaluate the expression from
left-to-right, *ignoring the typical order of operations.*

What is 5 plus 13 plus 6?

24

What is 3 plus 2 multiplied by 3?

15 (i.e. not 9)

## Bonus — Exponentials

If you'd like, handle exponentials.

What is 2 raised to the 5th power?

32

## Rust Installation

Refer to the exercism help page for Rust installation and learning resources.

## Writing the Code

Execute the tests with:

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```
$ cargo test
``` |

All but the first test have been ignored. After you get the first test to
pass, remove the ignore flag (`#[ignore]`

) from the next test and get the tests
to pass again. The test file is located in the `tests`

directory. You can
also remove the ignore flag from all the tests to get them to run all at once
if you wish.

Make sure to read the Modules chapter if you haven't already, it will help you with organizing your files.

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## Source

Inspired by one of the generated questions in the Extreme Startup game. https://github.com/rchatley/extreme_startup

## Submitting Incomplete Solutions

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