Christian Java: A Lesson On Temptation

Today, with the help of Java, we take a light hearted look at an important topic pertaining to our religious faith in Christ: Temptation. No need to talk much, the code speaks for itself.

Christian frank = Christians.findByFirstAndLast("Frank", "Adams");
List<Temptation> temptations = Devil.getTempations();

boolean succeeded = false;

for(Tempation t: tempations) {
    succeeded = t.tryOn( frank );

    if( succeeded ) {
         Devil.celebrate();
    }
}

if( succeeded == false ) {
    MaturityLevel maturityLevel = frank.getMaturityLevel();

    if( maturityLevel.getDescription().equals("baby") ) {
        Devil.setNextTrialFor(frank, Period.getInstance("D3") ); // next 3 days
    }

    else if( maturityLevel.getDescription().equals("adult") ) {
        Devil.setNextTrailFor(frank, Period.getInstance("I60") ); // next 60 seconds. We need to try harder
    }
}

That’s all class. Anyone wanna do that code in Javascript? Might provide a bit more syntactic sugar :). Have a blessed day!!!

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2 thoughts on “Christian Java: A Lesson On Temptation

  1. thats a very good one. I think u made my day. U know u can turn on syntax highlighting for your code. thats how i use it. Just change the language.

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