ShowShowDbl3TImp

class ShowShowDbl3TImp[R <: ShowDbl3](val typeStr: String, val name1: String, val name2: String, val name3: String, val opt3: Option[Double], opt2In: Option[Double], opt1In: Option[Double]) extends ShowShowDbl3T[R]
trait ShowShowDbl3T[R]
trait ShowShowDec3T[Double, Double, Double, R]
trait ShowShowT[R]
trait ShowDec3T[Double, Double, Double, R]
trait ShowDecT[R]
trait Show3T[Double, Double, Double, R]
trait TypeStr3[Double, Double, Double]
trait TypeStr2[Double, Double]
trait ShowProductT[R]
trait ShowCompoundT[R]
trait ShowT[R]
trait TypeStr
class Object
trait Matchable
class Any

Value members

Inherited methods

override def fArg1: R => Double
Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowShowDec3T
override def fArg2: R => Double
Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowShowDec3T
override def fArg3: R => Double
Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowShowDec3T
override def showDecT(obj: R, way: ShowStyle, maxPlaces: Int, minPlaces: Int): String
Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowShowT
override def showT(obj: R, style: ShowStyle): String
Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowDecT
override def strDecs(obj: R, way: ShowStyle, decimalPlaces: Int): Strings
Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowShowDbl3T
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.

Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowShowT
override def strs(obj: R, way: ShowStyle): Strings
Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowProductDecT
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.

Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowShowT

Concrete fields

val name1: String
val name2: String
val name3: String
val opt1: Option[Double]
val opt2: Option[Double]
val opt3: Option[Double]
val typeStr: String

Implicits

Inherited implicits

implicit override def ev1: PersistDec[Double]
Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowShowDbl3T
implicit override def ev2: PersistDec[Double]
Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowShowDbl3T
implicit override def ev3: PersistDec[Double]
Definition Classes
Inherited from:
ShowShowDbl3T