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  • Guide:Core kinds - IokeWiki
    inject n n 120 l inject n n 120 l inject n n 2 29 l inject n n 2 29 with two args with three args l inject sum n sum n 120 l inject sum n sum n 120 l inject sum n sum 2 n 3 139 l inject sum n sum 2 n 3 139 Revision as of 12 16 19 April 2009 Retrieved from http

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  • Guide:Core kinds - IokeWiki
    of Dicts it is very useful to refer to the first value as the quot key quot and the second value as quot value quot A Pair represents a combination of two values They don t have to be of the same kind They can have any kind of relationship Since Pairs are often used to represent the elements of Dicts it is very useful to refer to the first

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  • Guide:Core kinds - IokeWiki
    Dicts it is very useful to refer to the first value as the quot key quot and the second value as quot value quot A Pair represents a combination of two values They don t have to be of the same kind They can have any kind of relationship Since Pairs are often used to represent the elements of Dicts it is very useful to refer to the first value

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  • Guide:Core kinds - IokeWiki
    Dicts it is very useful to refer to the first value as the quot key quot and the second value as quot value quot A Pair represents a combination of two values They don t have to be of the same kind They can have any kind of relationship Since Pairs are often used to represent Dicts it is very useful to refer to the first value as the quot

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  • Guide:Core kinds - IokeWiki
    the Enumerable mixin which gives it quite powerful capabilities Ioke has lists that expand to the size needed These lists can be created using a simple literal syntax They can contain any kind of element including itself although don t try to print such a list Ioke List mixes in the Enumerable mixin which gives it quite powerful capabilities A list can be created using the quot list quot or

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  • Guide:Core kinds - IokeWiki
    create a new Text you use the literal syntax as described in the syntax chapter You can use interpolation to include dynamic data You can do several things with Ioke text These examples should show some of the methods You can do several things with Ioke text These examples show some of the methods source lang ioke repeat a text several times source lang ioke repeat a text several times

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  • Guide:Core kinds - IokeWiki
    Ioke the equivalent of Strings in other languages are called Text This better describes the purpose of the type Ioke Text is immutable All operations that would change the text returns a new object instead If you are used to Java strings or Ruby strings then most operations available on Ioke Texts will not come as a surprise To create a new Text you use the literal syntax as described

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  • Guide:Core kinds - IokeWiki
    signal quot quot warn quot or quot error quot Both quot warn quot and quot error quot use quot signal quot under the covers but do some other things as well A condition will always mimic Condition Each of these three methods can be called in three different ways First you can call them with a text argument In that case the signalled condition will be the default for that type The default for quot signal quot is Condition Default The default for quot warn quot is Condition Warning Default and the default for quot error quot is Condition Error Default A new mimic of the default condition will be created and a cell called text will be set to the text argument The second variation is to give an instance of an existing condition to one of the methods In that case that condition will be signalled unmodified Finally the third version gives a condition mimic and one or more keyword arguments with data to set on that condition In that case a mimic of the condition will be created and then cells with data set based on the arguments The way the condition system works is this When something happens a program can elect to signal a condition This can be done using quot signal quot quot warn quot or quot error quot Both quot warn quot and quot error quot use quot signal quot under the covers but do some other things as well A condition will always mimic Condition Each of these three methods can be called in three different ways First you can call them with a text argument In that case the signalled condition will be the default for that type The default for quot signal quot is Condition Default The default for quot

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