Equiv

scala.math.Equiv
See theEquiv companion object
trait Equiv[T] extends Serializable

A trait for representing equivalence relations. It is important to distinguish between a type that can be compared for equality or equivalence and a representation of equivalence on some type. This trait is for representing the latter.

An equivalence relation is a binary relation on a type. This relation is exposed as the equiv method of the Equiv trait. The relation must be:

1. reflexive: equiv(x, x) == true for any x of type T.

2. symmetric: equiv(x, y) == equiv(y, x) for any x and y of type T.

3. transitive: if equiv(x, y) == true and equiv(y, z) == true, then equiv(x, z) == true for any x, y, and z of type T.

Attributes

Companion
object
Source
Equiv.scala
Graph
Supertypes
trait Serializable
class Any
Known subtypes
object BigDecimal
object BigInt
object Boolean
object Byte
object Char
trait IeeeEquiv
object IeeeEquiv
trait StrictEquiv
object StrictEquiv
trait IeeeEquiv
object IeeeEquiv
trait StrictEquiv
object StrictEquiv
object Int
object Long
object Short
object String
object Symbol
object Unit
trait PartialOrdering[T]
trait Ordering[T]
object ValueOrdering
trait Numeric[T]
trait Fractional[T]
trait Integral[T]
object IntIsIntegral
object BigDecimal
object BigInt
object Boolean
trait ByteOrdering
object Byte
trait CachedReverse[T]
object Int
trait CharOrdering
object Char
trait IeeeOrdering
object IeeeOrdering
object TotalOrdering
trait IeeeOrdering
object IeeeOrdering
object TotalOrdering
trait IntOrdering
trait LongOrdering
object Long
trait OptionOrdering[T]
object Short
object String
object Symbol
trait UnitOrdering
object Unit

Members list

Value members

Abstract methods

def equiv(x: T, y: T): Boolean

Returns true iff x is equivalent to y.

Returns true iff x is equivalent to y.

Attributes

Source
Equiv.scala
def equiv(x: T, y: T): Boolean

Returns true iff x is equivalent to y.

Returns true iff x is equivalent to y.

Source
Equiv.scala