Write a method called
parseScript that accepts a single
String and returns a
String contains a script consisting of lines separated by newlines, each with the following format:
For example, here's a simple script:
parseScript parses the script and returns a map mapping each character's name to their lines in order.
So, for the script above, the map would contain three keys: "Geoffrey", "Ahmed", and "Maaheen".
List<String> for the key "Geoffrey" would contain the
Strings "What do you think of this homework
problem!" and "I bet they'll be able to figure it out!"
List<String> for the key "Amhed" would contain the
String "it's a bit sus".
A few hints for approaching this problem.
You'll want to use
.split to parse the passed
String into individual lines.
All lines will have the format shown above.
You'll also need to use
.split to split each line into the name and their line of dialog.
You can assume that the character ":" only appears to delimit the name of the rest of the line.
The first time you encounter a character, there will not be an entry in your map for them. So you should check for this, and create the list when appropriate.
There may be extra whitespace around the name or the line of dialogue, so use
You should not need to use any
import statements to solve this problem.
mutableListOf() to create mutable maps and lists when needed.