Int.Custom

object Custom
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class java.lang.Object
trait scala.Matchable
class Any

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trait Containers[A <: Raw.Int]

Int Custom Containers Setup

This trait customizes generic containers with given Raw type.

Custom.Containers are already mixed with Custom.Data, so the application code usually uses them indirectly when defining data elements.

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trait Containers[A <: Raw.Int]

Int Custom Containers Setup

This trait customizes generic containers with given Raw type.

Custom.Containers are already mixed with Custom.Data, so the application code usually uses them indirectly when defining data elements.

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abstract class Data[A <: Opaque.Int](typeName: String) extends Int.Custom.Type[A] with Int.Custom.Containers[A]

Int Custom Data Setup

Custom Data not only defines a Int based opaque type, but also privides a framework of custom specialized containers attached to this type.

See more in guide.

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abstract class Data[A <: Opaque.Int](typeName: String) extends Int.Custom.Type[A] with Int.Custom.Containers[A]

Int Custom Data Setup

Custom Data not only defines a Int based opaque type, but also privides a framework of custom specialized containers attached to this type.

See more in guide.

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abstract class Type[A <: Opaque.Int](val typeName: String) extends Opaque.Companion[A] with Given.VoidTag.RawInt[A] with _methods[A]

Int Custom Type Setup

Custom Type is like more widely used Custom Data, but without attached containers. Type instances will still be processed by streams without boxing.

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abstract class Type[A <: Opaque.Int](val typeName: String) extends Opaque.Companion[A] with Given.VoidTag.RawInt[A] with _methods[A]

Int Custom Type Setup

Custom Type is like more widely used Custom Data, but without attached containers. Type instances will still be processed by streams without boxing.

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__.scala