# Module frunk::hlist [−][src]

## Expand description

Module that holds HList data structures, implementations, and typeclasses.

Typically, you would want to use the `hlist!`

macro to make it easier
for you to use HList.

# Examples

#[macro_use] extern crate frunk; let h = hlist![1, "hi"]; assert_eq!(h.len(), 2); let (a, b) = h.into_tuple2(); assert_eq!(a, 1); assert_eq!(b, "hi"); // Reverse let h1 = hlist![true, "hi"]; assert_eq!(h1.into_reverse(), hlist!["hi", true]); // foldr (foldl also available) let h2 = hlist![1, false, 42f32]; let folded = h2.foldr( hlist![|acc, i| i + acc, |acc, _| if acc > 42f32 { 9000 } else { 0 }, |acc, f| f + acc], 1f32 ); assert_eq!(folded, 9001); let h3 = hlist![9000, "joe", 41f32]; // Mapping over an HList with a polymorphic function, // declared using the poly_fn! macro (you can choose to impl // it manually) let mapped = h3.map( poly_fn![ |f: f32| -> f32 { f + 1f32 }, |i: isize| -> isize { i + 1 }, ['a] |s: &'a str| -> &'a str { s } ]); assert_eq!(mapped, hlist![9001, "joe", 42f32]); // Plucking a value out by type let h4 = hlist![1, "hello", true, 42f32]; let (t, remainder): (bool, _) = h4.pluck(); assert!(t); assert_eq!(remainder, hlist![1, "hello", 42f32]); // Resculpting an HList let h5 = hlist![9000, "joe", 41f32, true]; let (reshaped, remainder2): (HList![f32, i32, &str], _) = h5.sculpt(); assert_eq!(reshaped, hlist![41f32, 9000, "joe"]); assert_eq!(remainder2, hlist![true]);Run

## Modules

`HFoldRightable`

inner mechanics for folding with a folder that needs to be owned.

## Structs

Represents the most basic non-empty HList. Its value is held in `head`

while its tail is another HList.

Represents the right-most end of a heterogeneous list

## Traits

Trait for performing a left fold over an HList

Trait for performing a right fold over an HList

Typeclass for HList-y behaviour

Trait for mapping over an HList

Trait for zipping HLists

Trait for transforming an HList into a nested tuple.

Indexed type conversions of `T -> Self`

with index `I`

.
This is a generalized version of `From`

which for example allows the caller
to use default values for parts of `Self`

and thus “fill in the blanks”.

An indexed conversion that consumes `self`

, and produces a `T`

. To produce
`T`

, the index `I`

may be used to for example “fill in the blanks”.
`LiftInto`

is the reciprocal of `LiftFrom`

.

Trait defining extraction from a given HList

Trait for pulling out some subset of an HList, using type inference.

Trait for borrowing an HList element by type