PersistShowN

ostrat.PersistShowN
trait PersistShowN[R <: ShowN] extends PersistN[R] with ShowShowNT[R]

Persist trait for types whose objects inherit from ShowDecN.

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Supertypes
trait ShowShowNT[R]
trait ShowShowT[R]
trait PersistN[R]
trait ShowNT[R]
trait ShowCompoundT[R]
trait Persist[R]
trait Unshow[R]
trait ShowT[R]
trait TypeStr
class Object
trait Matchable
class Any
Known subtypes
trait PersistShow3[A1, A2, A3, R]
class PersistShow3Imp[A1, A2, A3, R]

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Value members

Inherited methods

def findUniqueTFromStatements[ArrT <: Arr[R]](sts: RArr[Statement])(implicit arrBuild: ArrMapBuilder[R, ArrT]): EMon[T]

Finds value of this UnShow type, returns error if more than one match.

Finds value of this UnShow type, returns error if more than one match.

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Inherited from:
Unshow

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Inherited from:
Unshow
def fromExpr(expr: Expr): EMon[T]

Tries to return a value of the type from an RSON expression Expr that has been parsed from a String or text file. This method must be implemented by all instances.

Tries to return a value of the type from an RSON expression Expr that has been parsed from a String or text file. This method must be implemented by all instances.

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Inherited from:
Unshow
def fromSettingOrExpr(SettingStr: String, expr: Expr): EMon[T]

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Inherited from:
Unshow
final def fromStatement(st: Statement): EMon[T]

Trys to build an object of type T from the statement.

Trys to build an object of type T from the statement.

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Inherited from:
Unshow
def keySettingFromStatement[KT](settingCode: KT, st: Statement)(implicit evST: Unshow[KT]): EMon[T]

Finds a setting with a key / code of type KT and a value of the type of this UnShow instance from a [Statement].

Finds a setting with a key / code of type KT and a value of the type of this UnShow instance from a [Statement].

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Inherited from:
Unshow
def keySettingFromStatements[KT](sts: RArr[Statement], settingCode: KT)(implicit evST: Unshow[KT]): EMon[T]

Finds a key setting with Key type KT of the type of this UnShow instance from an Arr[Statement].

Finds a key setting with Key type KT of the type of this UnShow instance from an Arr[Statement].

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Inherited from:
Unshow
def settingFromStatements(sts: RArr[Statement], settingStr: String): EMon[T]

Finds an identifier setting with a value type of this UnShow instance from an Arr[Statement].

Finds an identifier setting with a value type of this UnShow instance from an Arr[Statement].

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Inherited from:
Unshow
def settingTFromStatement(settingStr: String, st: Statement): EMon[T]

Finds an identifier setting with a value of the type of this UnShow instance from a [Statement].

Finds an identifier setting with a value of the type of this UnShow instance from a [Statement].

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Inherited from:
Unshow
override def showDecT(obj: R, way: ShowStyle, maxPlaces: Int, minPlaces: Int): String

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Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowShowT
override def showT(obj: R, way: ShowStyle): String

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Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowShowT
override def strDecs(obj: R, way: ShowStyle, maxPlaces: Int): StringArr

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Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowShowNT
override def strT(obj: R): String

Provides the standard string representation for the object. Its called ShowT to indicate this is a type class method that acts upon an object rather than a method on the object being shown.

Provides the standard string representation for the object. Its called ShowT to indicate this is a type class method that acts upon an object rather than a method on the object being shown.

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Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowShowT
def strs(obj: R, way: ShowStyle): StringArr

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Inherited from:
ShowNT
override def syntaxDepthT(obj: R): Int

Simple values such as Int, String, Double have a syntax depth of one. A Tuple3[String, Int, Double] has a depth of 2. Not clear whether this should always be determined at compile time or if sometimes it should be determined at runtime.

Simple values such as Int, String, Double have a syntax depth of one. A Tuple3[String, Int, Double] has a depth of 2. Not clear whether this should always be determined at compile time or if sometimes it should be determined at runtime.

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Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowShowT

The RSON type of T. This the only data that a ShowT instance requires, that can't be implemented through delegation to an object of type Show.

The RSON type of T. This the only data that a ShowT instance requires, that can't be implemented through delegation to an object of type Show.

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Inherited from:
TypeStr
def valuesFromStatements[ArrT <: Arr[R]](sts: RArr[Statement])(implicit arrBuild: ArrMapBuilder[R, ArrT]): ArrT

Produces an ArrImut of the UnShow type from Statements (Refs[Statement].

Produces an ArrImut of the UnShow type from Statements (Refs[Statement].

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Inherited from:
Unshow