Typed functional piping in Dart. Please message or contact on github if you have any suggestions. This may very well not be production ready...it might even be a bad idea! It is really just a play thing but my intention was to model the piping functionality in Haskell.
C(initial value).x(first function).x(second function).execute(); var result = C(6) .x0(addOne) .x2(addTwoNumbers, 4, 5) .x1(addNumber, 3) .x0(addOne) .x1(addNumber, 4) .$(); //we need this last function to exectue the composition
Todo / might do later #
- just use one class (and the initial value can be created by a static function)
- output a function (although could use compose dartz for that)
- Cannot implement the >> operator because operator generics are not possible in Dart at the moment (possibly ever due to syntax problems)
This is just a playful thing, nothing serious!
- Allow parameters
- Renamed x to x0 so the functions stack up nicely as in test 5
- Update readme with todos
- Update readme and fix an import naming bug
//see the test folder for examples of how to use
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