JOBSEEKER?

Extend the Permission enum so that it has the following fields:

  • Read, which should have a value of 1
  • Write, which should have a value of 2
  • Execute, which should have a value of 4

Extend the getPermissionList function so that it accepts a combination of several Permission enums and returns an array of strings which are the names of the Permissions.

For example, executing:

getPermissionList(Permission.Read | Permission.Write);

should return [ 'Read', 'Write' ] in any order.

TypeScript 3.8.3  


  •   Example case: Wrong answer
  •   The Permission enum has correct values: Wrong answer
  •   getPermissionList is called with a Permission: Wrong answer
  •   getPermissionList is called with a combination of Permissions: Wrong answer

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TypeScript Enum Enum flags New Public
Easy

15min

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