Rock Paper Scissors in Kotlin
This is a test project for trying out Kotlin.
What it Does
The implemented program plays multiple games of rock paper scissors using implemented players. There is a truly random player (selects the move to play randomly each time they play) and another one which always picks the same move.
The main method plays by default 100 games and prints the results.
- Mockito for test mocking
- Tests are run using JUnit
Main.ktis the main program. Simply executing it with
./gradlew runwill play 100 games with a random player against a static player playing rock.
- You can pass in a positive integer to play the specified amount of games instead.
- Tests can be found in the test directory. Notably, the players and the “play one game” class have
full test coverage.
- While ‘Main.kt’ also has a test, the test only verifies it executes successfully – I do not check the println outputs.
- You can run
./gradlew jar(for Linux) to get a compiled JAR under