• LeoColman

    LeoColman

    4 years ago
    Hey @thomasnield! Do you have a youtrack issue for that?
    LeoColman
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  • ilya.gorbunov

    ilya.gorbunov

    4 years ago
    @thomasnield We had such ranges in mind: so before 1.0 we had renamed
    Range
    to
    ClosedRange
    and its
    end
    property to
    endInclusive
    and dropped
    FloatRange
    and
    DoubleRange
    to make it possible to introduce open-ended ranges without breaking changes later.
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  • thomasnield

    thomasnield

    4 years ago
    For cases like using histograms, I imagine we would want the last range to be inclusive. But doing so right now results in an
    List<Any>
    due to lack of common
    Range
    interface.
    thomasnield
    karelpeeters
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  • thomasnield

    thomasnield

    4 years ago
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  • karelpeeters

    karelpeeters

    4 years ago
    Is that information even present runtime?
    karelpeeters
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  • a

    Aregev2

    4 years ago
    Time to open YouTrack
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    Aregev2

    4 years ago
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  • karelpeeters

    karelpeeters

    4 years ago
    And the extra allocation shouldn't be much,
    asList
    returns an
    ArrayList
    backed by the given array.
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    vmichalak

    4 years ago
    Just a question: Anyone know why DoubleRange does not exists in the StdLib ?
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  • d

    Daniel Cordell

    4 years ago
    Hey everyone, hope I'm asking in the right channel. Does there exist a standard multiplatform way to get the 'null' file i.e.
    /dev/null
    or
    NUL
    ? Something like python's os.devnull.
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