## 01: OOP vs FP with Java example – placing a trade

A Trade goes through 3 state changes – placed, filled, and settled. Let’s solve this simple problem using both OOP & FP approaches.

Place –> Fill –> Settle

OOP approach by mutating the state

State changes are maintained via a variable named “

## 02: OOP vs FP with Java example – Conversion strategy pattern

Java code to convert given input values from KM to Meter, Meter to Centimetres, etc. OOP approach using the strategy design pattern Step 1: Define an interface. Step 2: Define a generic “MyMetricConverter” that implements the “Converter”. Step 3: Define different strategy classes that return different conversion rates. … Read...

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## 03: Java FP composing functions example – calculate discount

FP – calculate the invoice price Invoice Price = (markedPrice * (100 – discountRate)/100) + deliveryCharge Example “f.andThen(g)” is the composition of functions. This can be described as g(f()) where f() is 270.0 (i.e. 300.00 * (100 – 10)/100), and g(f()) is 270.00 + 50.00 = 320.00; … Read more...

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## 04: Java OOP vs FP – Builder Pattern

Current Balance = Initial Amounts + Credits – Debits OOP approach using the builder design pattern Creating a constructor to take three BigDecimal values is NOT only readable, but also prone to errors as you can inadvertently supply the debit value instead of the credit value, … Read more ›...

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## 05: Java OOP vs FP – Handling unchecked exceptions

int result = input / divideBy will throw an unchecked exception if divideBy = 0. OOP error handling by throwing exceptions In OOP errors are handled by throwing & catching exceptions. Here is a very simple OOP example. Step 1: Define an interface. … Read more ›...

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## 06: Java FP – handling checked exceptions

FP error handling – checked exceptions The code below breaks the flow of execution as the input “ABC” throws a checked exception – “NumberFormatException”. Outputs: What if you want to just mark all the inputs that throw a “NumberFormatException” as -1, and move on? … Read more ›...

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## 07: Java FP – CompletableFuture monadic chaining with examples – part 1

This extends Future Vs. CompletableFuture interview Q&As with Java 8 functional programming (i.e. FP). Q1. Why was CompletableFuture introduced in Java 8 when you already had the Future interface? A1. The CompletableFuture implements both CompletionStage<T> and Future<T> … Read more ›...

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## 08: CompletableFuture monadic chaining with examples – part 2

This extends Java FP – CompletableFuture monadic chaining with examples – part 1. f and g are processed asynchronously, and then combined A “Supplier” returns a result by taking nothing as an argument. “CompletableFuture.supplyAsync” executes a “Supplier” without blocking. This means executes it asynchronously. … Read more ›...

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## 09: Java FP – CompletableFuture Error Handling

handle(…) returns a result or an exception A dummy exception is thrown from “f” to demonstrate an exceptional scenario. The “java.util.concurrent.ExecutionException” potentially thrown by f.get(), g.get(), and h.get() is a checked exception. Hence catching it and re throwing as an unchecked (i.e. RuntimeException) exception. Output “Reached here…” … Read more...

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