- Yair Mark
Today I was busy working on a piece of code that had many chainable methods. This is really cool as you do not have to keep reassigning and calling a method on structs but I could not workout how to separate this across multiple lines. I basically had code similar to the below:
Normally in most languages you would put this on separate lines as follows:
someStructWithChainableMethods .method1() .method2() .method3()
But this does not work.
After doing a quick search I came across this answer. Long story short as you can put a new line after the following characters:
.. So the key is you add your newlines after these characters so the above would become:
someStructWithChainableMethods. method1(). method2(). method3()