Add the given BidiFlow as the next step in a bidirectional transformation pipeline.
Add the given BidiFlow as the next step in a bidirectional transformation pipeline. By convention protocol stacks are growing to the left: the right most is the bottom layer, the closest to the metal.
+----------------------------+
| Resulting BidiFlow |
| |
| +------+ +------+ |
I1 ~~> | | ~O1~> | | ~~> OO1
| | this | | bidi | |
O2 <~~ | | <~I2~ | | <~~ II2
| +------+ +------+ |
+----------------------------+
The materialized value of the combined BidiFlow will be the materialized value of the current flow (ignoring the other BidiFlow’s value), use atopMat if a different strategy is needed.
Add the given BidiFlow as the next step in a bidirectional transformation pipeline.
Add the given BidiFlow as the next step in a bidirectional transformation pipeline. By convention protocol stacks are growing to the left: the right most is the bottom layer, the closest to the metal.
+----------------------------+
| Resulting BidiFlow |
| |
| +------+ +------+ |
I1 ~~> | | ~O1~> | | ~~> OO1
| | this | | bidi | |
O2 <~~ | | <~I2~ | | <~~ II2
| +------+ +------+ |
+----------------------------+
The combine
function is used to compose the materialized values of this flow and that
flow into the materialized value of the resulting BidiFlow.
Add the given Flow as the final step in a bidirectional transformation pipeline.
Add the given Flow as the final step in a bidirectional transformation pipeline. By convention protocol stacks are growing to the left: the right most is the bottom layer, the closest to the metal.
+---------------------------+
| Resulting Flow |
| |
| +------+ +------+ |
I1 ~~> | | ~O1~> | | |
| | this | | flow | |
O2 <~~ | | <~I2~ | | |
| +------+ +------+ |
+---------------------------+
The materialized value of the combined Flow will be the materialized value of the current flow (ignoring the other Flow’s value), use joinMat if a different strategy is needed.
Add the given Flow as the final step in a bidirectional transformation pipeline.
Add the given Flow as the final step in a bidirectional transformation pipeline. By convention protocol stacks are growing to the left: the right most is the bottom layer, the closest to the metal.
+---------------------------+
| Resulting Flow |
| |
| +------+ +------+ |
I1 ~~> | | ~O1~> | | |
| | this | | flow | |
O2 <~~ | | <~I2~ | | |
| +------+ +------+ |
+---------------------------+
The combine
function is used to compose the materialized values of this flow and that
flow into the materialized value of the resulting Flow.
Turn this BidiFlow around by 180 degrees, logically flipping it upside down in a protocol stack.
The shape of a graph is all that is externally visible: its inlets and outlets.
(bidiFlow: StringAdd).self
(bidiFlow: StringFormat).self
(bidiFlow: ArrowAssoc[BidiFlow[I1, O1, I2, O2, Mat]]).x
(Since version 2.10.0) Use leftOfArrow
instead
(bidiFlow: Ensuring[BidiFlow[I1, O1, I2, O2, Mat]]).x
(Since version 2.10.0) Use resultOfEnsuring
instead