Swift Standard Library/Foundation APIs with compile-time guarantee of non-empty collections. Based on pointfreeco/swift-non-empty.
components(separatedBy:) is actually guaranteed to not be empty, because even if you call it on an empty
String, you get
[""] as a result. And if you pass a separator to it that doesn’t exist on the
String, you’ll get back the string itself as the only element in the
Array. This library makes that guarantee explicit by returning the result wrapped in
var text: String = "Ginevra,Harry,Hermione,Ronald" var nonEmptyComponents: NonEmpty<[String]> = text.components(separatedBy: ",") // => ["Ginevra", "Harry", "Hermione", "Ronald"]
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