# makafakachka's solution

## to ETL in the Delphi Pascal Track

Published at May 25 2019 · 0 comments
Instructions
Test suite
Solution

#### Note:

This exercise has changed since this solution was written.

We are going to do the `Transform` step of an Extract-Transform-Load.

### ETL

Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) is a fancy way of saying, "We have some crufty, legacy data over in this system, and now we need it in this shiny new system over here, so we're going to migrate this."

(Typically, this is followed by, "We're only going to need to run this once." That's then typically followed by much forehead slapping and moaning about how stupid we could possibly be.)

### The goal

We're going to extract some scrabble scores from a legacy system.

The old system stored a list of letters per score:

• 1 point: "A", "E", "I", "O", "U", "L", "N", "R", "S", "T",
• 2 points: "D", "G",
• 3 points: "B", "C", "M", "P",
• 4 points: "F", "H", "V", "W", "Y",
• 5 points: "K",
• 8 points: "J", "X",
• 10 points: "Q", "Z",

The shiny new scrabble system instead stores the score per letter, which makes it much faster and easier to calculate the score for a word. It also stores the letters in lower-case regardless of the case of the input letters:

• "a" is worth 1 point.
• "b" is worth 3 points.
• "c" is worth 3 points.
• "d" is worth 2 points.
• Etc.

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to transform the legacy data format to the shiny new format.

### Notes

A final note about scoring, Scrabble is played around the world in a variety of languages, each with its own unique scoring table. For example, an "E" is scored at 2 in the Māori-language version of the game while being scored at 4 in the Hawaiian-language version.

## Testing

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## Source

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### uETLtests.pas

``````unit uETLtests;

interface
uses
System.Generics.Collections, DUnitX.TestFramework;

const
CanonicalVersion = '1.0.0';

type

[TestFixture]
testETL = class(TObject)
private
procedure CompareDictionaries(Expected, Actual: TDictionary<String, integer>);
public
[Test]
procedure Validate_CompareDictionaries;

[Test]
//    [Ignore('Comment the "[Ignore]" statement to run the test')]
procedure A_single_letter;

[Test]
[Ignore]
procedure Single_score_with_multiple_letters;

[Test]
[Ignore]
procedure Multiple_scores_with_multiple_letters;

[Test]
[Ignore]
procedure Multiple_scores_with_differing_numbers_of_letters;
end;

implementation
uses SysUtils, uETL;

procedure testETL.CompareDictionaries(Expected, Actual: TDictionary<String, Integer>);
var expectedPair: TPair<string, Integer>;
begin
Assert.AreEqual(Expected.Count, Actual.Count);
for expectedPair in Expected do
begin
Assert.IsTrue(Actual.ContainsKey(expectedPair.Key));
Assert.AreEqual(expectedPair.Value, Actual[expectedPair.Key]);
end;
end;

procedure testETL.Validate_CompareDictionaries;
var expected, actual: TDictionary<String, integer>;
begin
expected := TDictionary<String, integer>.Create;

actual := TDictionary<String, Integer>.create(expected);

CompareDictionaries(expected, actual);
end;

procedure testETL.A_single_letter;
var aList: TList<string>;
old: TDictionary<integer, TList<string>>;
expected: TDictionary<string, integer>;
begin
aList := TList<string>.Create;
old := TDictionary<integer, TList<string>>.Create;

expected := TDictionary<string, integer>.Create;

CompareDictionaries(expected, ETL.Transform(old));
end;

procedure testETL.Single_score_with_multiple_letters;
var aList: TList<string>;
old: TDictionary<integer, TList<string>>;
expected: TDictionary<string, integer>;
begin
aList := TList<string>.create;
old := TDictionary<integer, TList<string>>.Create;

expected := TDictionary<string, integer>.Create;

CompareDictionaries(expected, ETL.Transform(old));
end;

procedure testETL.Multiple_scores_with_multiple_letters;
var aList: TList<string>;
old: TDictionary<integer, TList<string>>;
expected: TDictionary<string, integer>;
begin
aList := TList<string>.Create;
old := TDictionary<integer, TList<string>>.Create;
aList := TList<string>.Create;

expected := TDictionary<string, integer>.Create;

CompareDictionaries(expected, ETL.Transform(old));
end;

procedure testETL.Multiple_scores_with_differing_numbers_of_letters;
var aList: TList<string>;
old: TDictionary<integer, TList<string>>;
expected: TDictionary<string, integer>;
begin
aList := TList<string>.Create;
old := TDictionary<integer, TList<string>>.Create;

aList := TList<string>.Create;

aList := TList<string>.Create;

aList := TList<string>.Create;

aList := TList<string>.Create;

aList := TList<string>.Create;

aList := TList<string>.Create;

expected := TDictionary<string, integer>.Create;

CompareDictionaries(expected, ETL.Transform(old));
end;

initialization
TDUnitX.RegisterTestFixture(testETL);
end.``````
``````unit uETL;

interface

uses
System.Generics.Collections;

type
ETL = class
class function Transform(
old: TDictionary<Integer, TList<String>>): TDictionary<String, Integer>;
end;

implementation

uses
System.Sysutils;

{ ETL }

class function ETL.Transform(
old: TDictionary<Integer, TList<String>>): TDictionary<String, Integer>;

procedure InsertToDict(letters: TList<String>; score: Integer);
begin
for var letter in letters do
end;

begin
Result := TDictionary<String, Integer>.Create;
for var score in old.Keys do
InsertToDict(old[score], score);
end;

end.``````