Merge values in map kotlin

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I need merge maps mapA andmapB with pairs of "name" - "phone number" into the final map, sticking together the values for duplicate keys, separated by commas. Duplicate values should be added only once. I need the most idiomatic and correct in terms of language approach.

For example:

val mapA = mapOf("Emergency" to "112", "Fire department" to "101", "Police" to "102") val mapB = mapOf("Emergency" to "911", "Police" to "102") 

The final result should look like this:

{"Emergency" to "112, 911", "Fire department" to "101", "Police" to "102"} 

This is my function:

fun mergePhoneBooks(mapA: Map<String, String>, mapB: Map<String, String>): Map<String, String> {     val unionList: MutableMap <String, String> = mapA.toMutableMap()     unionList.forEach { (key, value) -> TODO() } // here's I can't come on with a beatiful solution      return unionList } 

 


How about:

val unionList = (mapA.asSequence() + mapB.asSequence())     .distinct()     .groupBy({ it.key }, { it.value })     .mapValues { (_, values) -> values.joinToString(",") } 

Result:

{Emergency=112,911, Fire department=101, Police=102} 

This will:

  • produce a lazy Sequence of both maps' key-value pairs
  • group them by key (result: Map<String, List<String>)
  • map their values to comma-joined strings (result: Map<String, String>)

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