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to Anagram in the ReasonML Track

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Solution

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This exercise has changed since this solution was written.

Given a word and a list of possible anagrams, select the correct sublist.

Given "listen" and a list of candidates like "enlists" "google" "inlets" "banana" the program should return a list containing "inlets".

Source

Inspired by the Extreme Startup game https://github.com/rchatley/extreme_startup

Building and testing

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npm install

Open two shells, and in the first, start the build process.

npm start

In the second, start the tests running.

npm test

As you edit the code, the two processes will continually rebuild and rerun the tests.

Anagram_test.re

open Jest;
open Expect;
open Anagram;

describe("Anagram", () => {
  test("no matches", () =>
    expect(anagrams("diaper", ["hello", "world", "zombies", "pants"])) |> toEqual([])
  );
  test("detects two anagrams", () =>
    expect(anagrams("master", ["stream", "pigeon", "maters"])) |> toEqual(["stream", "maters"])
  );
  test("does not detect anagram subsets", () =>
    expect(anagrams("good", ["dog", "goody"]))  |> toEqual([])
  );
  test("detects anagram", () =>
    expect(anagrams("listen", ["enlists", "google", "inlets", "banana"]))  |> toEqual(["inlets"])
  );
  test("detects three anagrams", () =>
    expect(anagrams("allergy", ["gallery", "ballerina", "regally", "clergy", "largely", "leading"]))  |> toEqual(["gallery", "regally", "largely"])
  );
  test("does not detect non-anagrams(with identical checksum", () =>
    expect(anagrams("mass", ["last"]))  |> toEqual([])
  );
  test("detects anagrams(case-insensitively", () =>
    expect(anagrams("Orchestra", ["cashregister", "Carthorse", "radishes"]))  |> toEqual(["Carthorse"])
  );
  test("detects anagrams(using case-insensitive subject", () =>
    expect(anagrams("Orchestra", ["cashregister", "carthorse", "radishes"])) |> toEqual(["carthorse"])
  );
  test("detects anagrams(using case-insensitive possible matches", () =>
    expect(anagrams("orchestra", ["cashregister", "Carthorse", "radishes"])) |> toEqual(["Carthorse"])
  );
  test("does not detect a anagram if the original word is repeated", () =>
    expect(anagrams("go", ["go Go GO"])) |> toEqual([])
  );
  test("anagrams(must use all letters exactly once", () =>
    expect(anagrams("tapper", ["patter"])) |> toEqual([])
  );
  test("capital word is not own anagram", () =>
    expect(anagrams("BANANA", ["Banana"])) |> toEqual([])
  );
})
let sortSring = str =>
  str |> Js.String.split("") |> Js.Array.sortInPlace |> Js.Array.join;


let anagrams = (string, list) => {
   let sorted = sortSring(string);
   list |> List.filter(x => sortSring(x) === sorted)
};

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