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Arnold Lans

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Refactoring exercise- Improvements to the below code snippet

Jan 22 2018 4:05 PM
Hi I am looking for suggestions to how we can improve this code. I am looking for the best possible improvements .
 
public class OrderManager
{
private readonly IOrderStore orderStore;
public OrderManager(IOrderStore orderStore)
{
this.orderStore = orderStore;
}
public void WriteOutSmallOrders()
{
var orders = orderStore.GetOrders();
SmallOrderFilter filter = new SmallOrderFilter(new OrderWriter(), orders);
filter.WriteOutFiltrdAndPriceSortedOrders(new OrderWriter());
}
public void WriteOutLargeOrders()
{
var orders = orderStore.GetOrders();
LargeOrderFilter filter = new LargeOrderFilter(new OrderWriter(), orders);
filter.WriteOutFiltrdAndPriceSortedOrders(new OrderWriter());
}
}
public class LargeOrderFilter
{
private IOrderWriter orderWriter;
private List<Order> orders;
public LargeOrderFilter(IOrderWriter orderWriter, List<Order> orders)
{
filterSize = "100";
this.orderWriter = orderWriter;
this.orders = orders;
}
protected string filterSize;
public void WriteOutFiltrdAndPriceSortedOrders(IOrderWriter writer)
{
List<Order> filteredOrders = this.FilterOrdersSmallerThan(orders, filterSize);
Enumerable.OrderBy(filteredOrders, o => o.Price);
ObservableCollection<Order> observableCollection =
new ObservableCollection<Order>();
foreach (Order o in filteredOrders)
{
observableCollection.Add(o);
}
writer.WriteOrders(observableCollection);
}
protected List<Order> FilterOrdersSmallerThan(List<Order> allOrders, string size)
{
List<Order> filtered = new List<Order>();
for (int i = 0; i <= allOrders.Count; i++)
{
int number = orders[i].toNumber(size);
if (allOrders[i].Size <= number)
{
continue;
}
else
{
filtered.Add(orders[i]);
}
}
return filtered;
}
}
public class SmallOrderFilter : LargeOrderFilter
{
public SmallOrderFilter(IOrderWriter orderWriter, List<Order> orders)
: base(orderWriter, orders)
{
filterSize = "10";
}
}
public class Order
{
public double Price
{
get { return this.dPrice; }
set { this.dPrice = value; }
}
public int Size
{
get { return this.iSize; }
set { this.iSize = value; }
}
public string Symbol
{
get { return this.sSymbol; }
set { this.sSymbol = value; }
}
private double dPrice;
private int iSize;
private string sSymbol;
public int toNumber(String Input) //fix naming violation
{
bool canBeConverted = false;
int n = 0;
try
{
n = Convert.ToInt32(Input);
if (n != 0) canBeConverted = true;
}
catch (Exception ex)
{
}
if (canBeConverted == true)
{
return n;
}
else
{
return 0;
}
}
}
// These are stub interfaces that already exist in the system
// They're out of scope of the code review
public interface IOrderWriter
{
void WriteOrders(IEnumerable<Order> orders);
}
public class OrderWriter : IOrderWriter
{
public void WriteOrders(IEnumerable<Order> orders)
{
}
}
public interface IOrderStore
{
List<Order> GetOrders();
}
public class OrderStore : IOrderStore
{
public List<Order> GetOrders()
{
return new List<Order> { new Order {
Price = 10,
Size =1,
Symbol = "TShirt"
}, new Order {
Price = 15,
Size =2,
Symbol = "Sport Goods"
} };
}
}
Many Thanks 

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