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Scala example source code file (TypeEntity.scala)

This example Scala source code file (TypeEntity.scala) is included in my "Source Code Warehouse" project. The intent of this project is to help you more easily find Scala source code examples by using tags.

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Scala tags/keywords

collection, compiler, int, nsc, sortedmap, string, typeentity

The TypeEntity.scala Scala example source code

/* NSC -- new Scala compiler
 * Copyright 2007-2013 LAMP/EPFL
 * @author  Manohar Jonnalagedda

package doc
package model

import scala.collection._

/** A type. Note that types and templates contain the same information only for the simplest types. For example, a type
  * defines how a template's type parameters are instantiated (as in `List[Cow]`), what the template's prefix is
  * (as in `johnsFarm.Cow`), and supports compound or structural types. */
abstract class TypeEntity {

  /** The human-readable representation of this type. */
  def name: String

  /** Maps which parts of this type's name reference entities. The map is indexed by the position of the first
    * character that reference some entity, and contains the entity and the position of the last referenced
    * character. The referenced character ranges do not to overlap or nest. The map is sorted by position. */
  def refEntity: SortedMap[Int, (base.LinkTo, Int)]

  /** The human-readable representation of this type. */
  override def toString = name

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