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This module is deprecated. Use Map or Keyword modules instead.

Generic API for dictionaries.

If you need a general dictionary, use the Map module. If you need to manipulate keyword lists, use Keyword.

To convert maps into keywords and vice-versa, use the new function in the respective modules.

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@spec delete(t(), key()) :: t()
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@spec drop(t(), [key()]) :: t()
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@spec empty(t()) :: t()
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@spec equal?(t(), t()) :: boolean()
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@spec fetch!(t(), key()) :: value()
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@spec fetch(t(), key()) :: value()
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get(dict, key, default \\ nil)

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@spec get(t(), key(), value()) :: value()
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get_and_update(dict, key, fun)

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@spec get_and_update(t(), key(), (value() -> {value(), value()})) :: {value(), t()}
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get_lazy(dict, key, fun)

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@spec get_lazy(t(), key(), (() -> value())) :: value()
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@spec has_key?(t(), key()) :: boolean()
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@spec keys(t()) :: [key()]
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@spec merge(t(), t()) :: t()
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merge(dict1, dict2, fun)

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@spec merge(t(), t(), (key(), value(), value() -> value())) :: t()
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pop(dict, key, default \\ nil)

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@spec pop(t(), key(), value()) :: {value(), t()}
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pop_lazy(dict, key, fun)

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@spec pop_lazy(t(), key(), (() -> value())) :: {value(), t()}
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@spec put(t(), key(), value()) :: t()
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@spec put_new(t(), key(), value()) :: t()
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put_new_lazy(dict, key, fun)

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@spec put_new_lazy(t(), key(), (() -> value())) :: t()
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@spec size(t()) :: non_neg_integer()
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@spec split(t(), [key()]) :: {t(), t()}
This function is deprecated. Use the Map module for working with maps or the Keyword module for working with keyword lists.
@spec take(t(), [key()]) :: t()
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@spec to_list(t()) :: list()
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@spec update!(t(), key(), (value() -> value())) :: t()
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update(dict, key, default, fun)

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@spec update(t(), key(), value(), (value() -> value())) :: t()
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@spec values(t()) :: [value()]