Inferring parameter types in a generic class which are nested generic types of provided arguments

Inferring parameter types in a generic class which are nested generic types of provided arguments

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Inferring parameter types in a generic class which are nested generic types of provided arguments
Tag : java , By : Sid
Date : November 24 2020, 01:01 AM

it fixes the issue A thought about it a while but I didn’t find any simple generic construct allowing this kind of type inference.
Regarding the specialized dummy-argument constructor it’s worth noting that you don’t need to pass an actual Class instance; any type which allows inferring G, including G itself would work. E.g., if you change the public MyClass(Class gClass) {} constructor to public MyClass(G ignored) {} you can instantiate the class using new MyClass<>((ConcreteOtherClass)null).
class MyClass<F extends Field, G extends OtherClass<F>> {

    public MyClass() {}
    public MyClass(G dummy) {}

    public static <T> T infer() {
        return null;
new MyClass<>(MyClass.<ConcreteOtherClass>infer())
interface Instantiator<T extends OtherClass<?>> extends Runnable {
    default <M extends MyClass<?,? extends T>> M get(Supplier<? extends M> s) {
        return s.get();
    static <X extends OtherClass<?>> Instantiator<X> i() {
        return ()->{};

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Inferring generic types with functional composition

Tag : chash , By : ralph okochu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you Suppose I want to implement a functional composition, like this: , The following code would work:
Func<string, string> toUpper = ToUpper;
Func<string, string> replicate = Replicate;

// now the compiler knows that the parameters are Func<string, string>
var h = Compose(toUpper, replicate);

Inferring generic types of nested static generic functions

Tag : java , By : Ben
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help Type inference is nasty and complicated. They have to stop somewhere. Consider
static <T> T foo();

String s = foo();

print( foo() )

Inferring 2 out of 3 generic types

Tag : chash , By : stu73
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue.
Is there a way to force the method to infer 2 out of 3 generic parameters?
public static AttributeFetcher<T, TProperty> FetchFrom<T, TProperty>
    (this T instance, Expression<Func<T, TProperty>> propertySelector)
    return new AttributeFetcher<T, TProperty>(instance, propertySelector);     

public class AttributeFetcher<T, TProperty>
    private readonly T instance;
    private readonly Expression<Func<T, TProperty>> propertySelector;

    // Add obvious constructor

    public U Attribute<U>() where U : Attribute
        // Code as before
cc.FetchFrom(x => x.Name).Attribute<NullableAttribte>();

Why can't I instantiate a generic class inferring types from anonymous objects?

Tag : chash , By : Steve O.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue You can't put together generics, anonymous types and type inference in constructors. The compiler just won't get it. You can create a workaround through a helper class such as:
public static class InvalidResponseExceptionHelper
    public static InvalidResponseException<TReq, TResp> Create<TReq, TResp>
        (string message, TReq requestData, TResp responseData)
        return new InvalidResponseException<TReq, TResp>(message, 
            requestData, responseData);

Inferring generic parameters from generic types

Tag : typescript , By : jsmb
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need I don't know enough about how autocomplete works to tell you exactly why it doesn't work in your case; my intuition is that it hasn't fully committed to the generic type inference. One workaround that forces it to commit to the inferred type is to change set into a curried function like this:
const intelliSet = <B extends Box<{}>>(box: B) => 
  (newValue: B['value']) => set(box, newValue);

intelliSet(bbox)( { foo: 'bar' }); // note the second function call
intelliSet(bbox)( { /* autocomplete works here */ });
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