internal.builtin

Source code: internal/builtin.seq

internal.builtin.strtoll(: cobj,  : Ptr[cobj],  : i32)
class internal.builtin.object

Magic methods:

__str__()
internal.builtin.print(*args, sep: str = ' ', end: str = '\n', file=_stdout, flush: bool = False)

Print args to the text stream file.

internal.builtin.min(*args)
internal.builtin.max(*args)
internal.builtin.len(x)

Return the length of x

internal.builtin.iter(x)

Return an iterator for the given object

internal.builtin.copy(x)

Return a copy of x

internal.builtin.abs(x)

Return the absolute value of x

internal.builtin.hash(x)

Returns hashed value only for immutable objects

internal.builtin.ord(s: str)

Return an integer representing the Unicode code point of s

internal.builtin.chr(i: int)

Return a string representing a character whose Unicode code point is an integer

internal.builtin.next[T](g: Generator[T], default: Optional[T] = None)

Return the next item from g

internal.builtin.any(x)

Returns True if any item in x is true, False otherwise

internal.builtin.all(x)

Returns True when all elements in x are true, False otherwise

internal.builtin.zip(*args)

Returns a zip object, which is an iterator of tuples that aggregates elements based on the iterables passed

internal.builtin.filter[T](f: Callable[T, bool], x: Generator[T])

Returns all a from the iterable x that are filtered by f

internal.builtin.map(f, *args)

Applies a function on all a in x and returns map object

internal.builtin.enumerate(x, start: int = 0)

Creates a tuple containing a count (from start which defaults to 0) and the values obtained from iterating over x

internal.builtin.echo(x)

Print and return argument

internal.builtin.reversed(x)

Return an iterator that accesses x in the reverse order

internal.builtin.round(x, n)

Return the x rounded off to the given n digits after the decimal point.

internal.builtin.sum(xi)

Return the sum of the items added together from xi

internal.builtin.repr(x)

Return the string representation of x

extension int