I saw them before asking ans the use of species was good
expect that I missed collectAsSet ;)
Now I see it
On 23 nov. 07, at 15:41, Adrian Kuhn wrote:
Please have a look at
CodeFooDevelopment >> CodeFoo >> Collection >> enumerating
that all use a collection of the same species as the receiver, and
that use a Set for any collection. If your need is not covered by
that, please feel free to add your own enumerators there.
On 23 Nov 2007, at 9:00 , Stéphane Ducasse wrote:
>> #collectAsSet: just returns the set of the collect, while Stef would
>> want a #collectUnionAsSet: . But, if you do the
>> UniqueOrderedCollection :), it should work, no?
> I want that flatcollect is by construction creating a unique result
> of the collect
> and not flattening it after the fact.
>> On Nov 22, 2007, at 10:42 PM, Adrian Kuhn wrote:
>>> There is #collectAsSet:
>>> Is that what you ar looking for?
>>> On 22 Nov 2007, at 21:32 , Stéphane Ducasse wrote:
>>>> Something related I would like to have a flatCollect with which
>>>> I do
>>>> not have to do asSet at the end.
>>>> So a kind of flatUniqueCollect that still return an
>>>> UniqueOrderedCollection instead of a set
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