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Now you only need to complete the JS Admission Task Challenge!

A Admission Task Challenge is a necessary requirement when choosing the "Pay after employment" plan. After completing the task, the coordinator will contact you and invite for an admission interview.

The deadline is September 30.

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Here's what you need to do:

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Admission Task Challenge

Create the "Calculator" app with easy-to-follow guidelines.

2

Interview

After completing the task, we'll arrange a stress-free admission interview.

3

Education

In just 6-8 months, you'll be ready for a successful career as a Developer

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IT Career

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- You will need to solve a code problem in JavaScript.
- Task link: https://repl.it/@JavaMentor/RomanCalculator
- After solving the problem, save the link to the solution (copy the url).

Create a calculate function. The function must accept arithmetic operations of two numbers as a string and return a string with the result of their execution.

The function takes data from arguments and returns with return.

- The solution must pass all tests.
- The calculator can perform addition, subtraction, multiplication and division operations with two numbers: a + b, a - b, a * b, a / b. The data is transferred as a single line!
- The calculator can work with both Arabic (1,2,3,4,5…) and Roman (I,II,III,IV,V…) numbers. Both operands must be either Arabic or Roman.
- The operands must be in the range 1 to 10 inclusive, no zero. The answer may be more than 10.
- The calculator can only work with integers, accepts and returns.
- The output result is always a string with an integer. In division, we take into account only the integer part - we discard the decimal part, for example 2 / 4 \u003d 0.5 - we return 0.
- The calculator can only work with Arabic or Roman numerals at the same time, when the user enters a string like 3 + II, the calculator should throw an exception (error) and stop working.
- Since there are no zero and negative numbers in the Roman numeral system, we return an empty string instead. (for example I - II = '')
- When calling the calculator with inappropriate numbers, the function throws an exception and exits.
- When calling the calculator with a string that is not a math example with one of the arithmetic operations described in the requirement, the application throws an exception and exits.

```
calculate('1 + 2'); // string '3' will be returned
calculate('VI / III'); // return string 'II'
calculate('VII / III'); // return string II'
calculate('I + II'); // return string 'III'
calculate('I - II'); // return string '' (empty string) there are no negative numbers in the roman system
calculate('I + 1'); // an exception (error) will be returned throws Error different number systems are used at the same time
calculate('I'); // throws Error exception will be returned. string is not a mathematical operation
calculate('1 + 1 + 1'); // throws Error exception will be returned. the format of the mathematical operation does not satisfy the task - two operands and one operator (+, -, /, *)
```

Step 1

- You need to register or login on the platform https://replit.com/
- Follow the link https://repl.it/@JavaMentor/RomanCalculator and click the “Fork” button to start solving the problem

Step 2

After clicking the "run" button, your code will be tested. The test results will be printed to the console. The console can contain both a success message and an error message. You need to write code that passes all the tests.

Error case

All tests passed case

- You must solve the problem on your own, without anyone's help.
- You can use Google, but do not look for a ready-made solution to the problem.

- The solution is saved on the platform under a unique url, which will need to be sent to us at info@schoice.co with the subject “Front-end test task”

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Check out the list of topics whose study will help with the task:

- Data Types
- Variables
- Array and object methods
- Data type conversion (from string to number and back)
- Operations with numbers (rounding, division, etc.)
- Error handling, exception throwing
- Types of errors in JS and what they mean
- Functions
- Loops, comparison, conditional if-else and switch-case constructs
- Logical operators

Side-by-side code snippets - comparison of code examples in different languages. You can choose your language and JS to study similarities / differences.

If this is the first program you are trying to write - try to practice the basics on simpler problems.

Try to break a large task into small subtasks and solve them separately - it's much easier. Or simplify the problem to a variant that you can solve, and then refine it to the specified requirements.

Try to break a large task into small subtasks and solve them separately - it's much easier. Or simplify the problem to a variant that you can solve, and then refine it to the specified requirements.

You must send in your admission test by August 15.