[swift-evolution] [Review] SE-0045: Add scan, prefix(while:), drop(while:), and iterate to the stdlib
dabrahams at apple.com
Sun May 1 19:02:36 CDT 2016
on Sun May 01 2016, Brent Royal-Gordon <swift-evolution at swift.org> wrote:
>> The proposal has been updated as per feedback from the core team
> (https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/pull/275). This includes
> removing some last vestiges of Swift 2 naming as well as replacing
> `iterate(_:apply:)` with an overloaded function `unfold(_:applying:)`.
> The proposal says this:
> public func unfold<T, State>(_ initialState: State, applying: State -> (T, State)?) -> UnfoldSequence<T>
> public func unfold<T>(_ initialElement: T, apply: T -> T) -> UnfoldSequence<T>
> However, the comment implies that the second one should instead be this:
> public func unfold<T>(_ initialElement: T, applying: T -> T?) -> UnfoldSequence<T>
> I'm not sure I like having these be overloaded on only the return type
> of the closure.
Why not? It's a type, like anything else we might overload on.
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