org.anduril.runtime.table

TableWriter

abstract class TableWriter extends AnyRef

Base class for table writers.

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  1. new TableWriter(columns: Seq[String])

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  1. abstract def close(): Unit

    Close the output table.

    Close the output table. This must be called after all rows are written.

  2. abstract def write(row: Row): Unit

    Write the given row to this table.

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  12. val getColumns: IndexedSeq[Column]

    Return the list of column objects set up for this table.

  13. final val getRow: Row

    Return a row that can be used for generating new values to the output table.

    Return a row that can be used for generating new values to the output table. The row contains the columns configured for this writer. After obtaining the row, assign its contents and write to the output using write().

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  24. def write(values: Seq[Any]): Unit

    Write a row with values from the given sequence.

    Write a row with values from the given sequence. There must be at least as many columns as there are entries in the sequence. Due to boxing and dynamic typing, this method may be slightly slower than write(Row).

  25. def write(values: Product): Unit

    Write a row with values from the given tuple.

    Write a row with values from the given tuple. There must be at least as many columns as there are entries in the tuple. Due to boxing and dynamic typing, this method may be slightly slower than write(Row).

  26. def write1(value1: String): Unit

    Write a row with the given value at the first position to this table.

    Write a row with the given value at the first position to this table. This method is intended for tables with one column.

  27. def write1(value1: Double): Unit

    Write a row with the given value at the first position to this table.

    Write a row with the given value at the first position to this table. This method is intended for tables with one column.

  28. def write2(value1: String, value2: String): Unit

    Write a row with the given values at the two first positions to this table.

    Write a row with the given values at the two first positions to this table. This method is intended for tables with two columns.

  29. def write2(value1: String, value2: Double): Unit

    Write a row with the given values at the two first positions to this table.

    Write a row with the given values at the two first positions to this table. This method is intended for tables with two columns.

  30. def write2(value1: Double, value2: String): Unit

    Write a row with the given values at the two first positions to this table.

    Write a row with the given values at the two first positions to this table. This method is intended for tables with two columns.

  31. def write2(value1: Double, value2: Double): Unit

    Write a row with the given values at the two first positions to this table.

    Write a row with the given values at the two first positions to this table. This method is intended for tables with two columns.

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