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abstract thx.Tuple4<T0, T1, T2, T3>({_3:T3, _2:T2, _1:T1, _0:T0}) from {_3:T3, _2:T2, _1:T1, _0:T0} to {_3:T3, _2:T2, _1:T1, _0:T0}

import thx.Tuple;

Available on all platforms

Tuple4 is a tuple with four values. It maps to an anonymous object with fields _0, _1, _2, and _3.

Class Fields

inline function arrayToTuple4<T>(v:Array<T>):Tuple4<T, T, T, T>

inline function of<T0, T1, T2, T3>(_0:T0, _1:T1, _2:T2, _3:T3):Tuple4<T0, T1, T2, T3>

Static constructor, required to work around Haxe compiler bug.

Instance Fields

inline function new(_0:T0, _1:T1, _2:T2, _3:T3):Tuple4<T0, T1, T2, T3>

Constructs an instance of Tuple4 the 4 required value.

inline function dropLeft():Tuple3<T1, T2, T3>

dropLeft returns a new Tuple with one less element by dropping the first on the left.

inline function dropRight():Tuple3<T0, T1, T2>

dropLeft returns a new Tuple with one less element by dropping the last on the right.

inline function flip():Tuple4<T3, T2, T1, T0>

flip returns a new Tuple with the values in reverse order.

inline function toString():String

Provides a string representation of the Tuple

inline function with<T4>(v:T4):Tuple5<T0, T1, T2, T3, T4>

Creates a new Tuple with the addition of the extra value v. The Tuple of course increase in size by one.