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Scala example source code file (SyntaxUsage.scala)

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Java - Scala tags/keywords

app, int, list, none, option, some, stream, syntaxusage

The SyntaxUsage.scala Scala example source code

package scalaz.example

object SyntaxUsage extends App {

  val o1: Option[Int] = Some(0)
  val o2: Option[Option[Int]] = Some(Some(0))
  val l1: List[String] = List("one")
  val l2: List[List[String]] = List(List("one"))


  def typed[T](t: T) = ()

  // Use the syntax only for Monad[Option]
  // This includes the syntax for the parent type classes.
  def syntax1() {
    import scalaz._

    // Import type class instances for Option, and the
    // Monad syntax for Option.
    import std.option._
    import std.option.optionInstance.monadSyntax._
    val x = 1.point
    val y = point(1)

    o1 >>= (x => if (x == 0) Some(0) else None)

  // Use two different instances, and the syntax for all Monads
  def syntax2() {
    import scalaz._

    // Import type class instances for Option and List
    import std.option._
    import std.list._

    // Implicit conversions from M[A] => BindV[M, A], etc.
    import syntax.monad._

    o1 >>= (x => if (x == 0) Some(0) else None)


  def syntax3() {
    import scalaz._

    // Import all type class instances
    import Scalaz._

    o1 >>= (x => if (x == 0) Some(0) else None)


  def stdSyntax() {
    import scalaz.Tags.Last
    import scalaz.std.anyVal._

    val interleaved = Stream(1, 3, 5).interleave(Stream(2, 4, 6))

    import scalaz.std.list._
    import scalaz.std.option._
    import scalaz.std.option.optionSyntax._
    import scalaz.syntax.monoid._
    import scalaz.syntax.equal._

    val lists: List[Int] = some(1).orEmpty[List]
    Last.unwrap((some(1).last |+| some(2).last)) assert_=== some(2)

  def stdSyntaxUeber() {
    // Scalaz 6 Style: import everything: type class instances, implicit conversions
    // to the syntax wrappers, general functions.
    import scalaz._
    import scalaz.Scalaz._

    // prefix style function call `op(args)`
    orEmpty[Int, List](some(1))

    // syntax to provide `x.op(args)`

    Tag.unwrap((some(1).last |+| some(2).last)) assert_=== some(2)
    some(some(1)).join assert_=== some(1)

    List(1, 2, 3).powerset.join

    import Kleisli._

    val k = kleisli((a: Int) => some(0))
    kleisliArrow[Option].compose(k, k)
    k >>> k


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