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package inkrecognizer

import "github.com/Azure/azure-sdk-for-go/services/preview/cognitiveservices/v1.0/inkrecognizer"

Package inkrecognizer implements the Azure ARM Inkrecognizer service API version 1.0.

The service is used to perform ink layout and recognition of written words and shapes. Ink strokes passed to the service are recognized and organized into recognition results in the response

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Package Files

client.go inkrecognizer.go models.go version.go

func UserAgent Uses

func UserAgent() string

UserAgent returns the UserAgent string to use when sending http.Requests.

func Version Uses

func Version() string

Version returns the semantic version (see http://semver.org) of the client.

type AlternatePatternItem Uses

type AlternatePatternItem struct {
    // Category - Possible values include: 'LeafInkDrawing', 'LeafInkBullet', 'LeafInkWord', 'LeafUnknown'
    Category Leaf `json:"category,omitempty"`
    // Points - Array of point objects that represent points that are relevant to the type of recognition unit. For example, for leaf node of inkDrawing category that represents a triangle, points would include the x,y coordinates of the vertices of the recognized triangle. The points represent the coordinates of points used to create the perfectly drawn shape that is closest to the original input. They may not exactly match.
    Points *[]PointDetailsPattern `json:"points,omitempty"`
    // RotationAngle - The angular orientation of an object relative to the horizontal axis
    RotationAngle *float64 `json:"rotationAngle,omitempty"`
    // Confidence - A number between 0 and 1 which indicates the confidence level in the result
    Confidence *float64 `json:"confidence,omitempty"`
    // RecognizedString - The recognized string from an inkWord or the name of a recognized shape in an inkDrawing object
    RecognizedString *string `json:"recognizedString,omitempty"`
}

AlternatePatternItem ...

type AnalysisRequest Uses

type AnalysisRequest struct {
    // ApplicationType - This describes the domain of the client application. Possible values include: 'Drawing', 'Writing', 'Mixed'
    ApplicationType Application `json:"applicationType,omitempty"`
    // InputDeviceKind - This identifies the kind of device used as the writing instrument. Possible values include: 'Digitizer', 'Pen', 'LightPen', 'TouchScreen', 'TouchPad', 'WhiteBoard', 'ThreedDigitizer', 'StereoPlotter', 'ArticulatedArm', 'Armature'
    InputDeviceKind InputDevice `json:"inputDeviceKind,omitempty"`
    // Unit - This is the physical unit of the ink strokes. It is up to the application developer to decide how to convert the device specific units to physical units before calling the service. The conversion factor can be different based on the type of the device used. Possible values include: 'Mm', 'Cm', 'In'
    Unit Unit `json:"unit,omitempty"`
    // UnitMultiple -  This is a scaling factor to be applied to the point coordinates when interpreting them in the physical units specified.
    UnitMultiple *float64 `json:"unitMultiple,omitempty"`
    // Language - The IETF BCP 47 language code (for ex. en-US, en-GB, hi-IN etc.) of the expected language for the handwritten content in the ink strokes. The response will include results from this language.
    Language                *string                   `json:"language,omitempty"`
    InkPointValueAttributes *[]InkPointValueAttribute `json:"inkPointValueAttributes,omitempty"`
    // Strokes - This is the array of strokes sent for recognition. Best results are produced when the order of strokes added in the array matches the order in which the user created them. Changing the stroke order may produce unexpected results.
    Strokes *[]Stroke `json:"strokes,omitempty"`
}

AnalysisRequest this shows the expected contents of a request

type AnalysisResponse Uses

type AnalysisResponse struct {
    autorest.Response `json:"-"`
    // Unit - This is the physical unit of the ink strokes. It is up to the application developer to decide how to convert the device specific units to physical units before calling the service. The conversion factor can be different based on the type of the device used. Possible values include: 'Mm', 'Cm', 'In'
    Unit Unit `json:"unit,omitempty"`
    // UnitMultiple -  This is a scaling factor to be applied to the point coordinates when interpreting them in the physical units specified.
    UnitMultiple *float64 `json:"unitMultiple,omitempty"`
    // Language - This is the language used for recognizing handwriting from the ink strokes in the request.
    Language         *string                `json:"language,omitempty"`
    RecognitionUnits *[]RecognitionUnitItem `json:"recognitionUnits,omitempty"`
}

AnalysisResponse this shows the expected contents of a response from the service

type Application Uses

type Application string

Application enumerates the values for application.

const (
    // Drawing ...
    Drawing Application = "drawing"
    // Mixed ...
    Mixed Application = "mixed"
    // Writing ...
    Writing Application = "writing"
)

func PossibleApplicationValues Uses

func PossibleApplicationValues() []Application

PossibleApplicationValues returns an array of possible values for the Application const type.

type BaseClient Uses

type BaseClient struct {
    autorest.Client
    Endpoint string
}

BaseClient is the base client for Inkrecognizer.

func New Uses

func New(endpoint string) BaseClient

New creates an instance of the BaseClient client.

func NewWithoutDefaults Uses

func NewWithoutDefaults(endpoint string) BaseClient

NewWithoutDefaults creates an instance of the BaseClient client.

type Category Uses

type Category string

Category enumerates the values for category.

const (
    // InkBullet ...
    InkBullet Category = "inkBullet"
    // InkDrawing ...
    InkDrawing Category = "inkDrawing"
    // InkWord ...
    InkWord Category = "inkWord"
    // Line ...
    Line Category = "line"
    // Paragraph ...
    Paragraph Category = "paragraph"
    // Root ...
    Root Category = "root"
    // Unknown ...
    Unknown Category = "unknown"
    // WritingRegion ...
    WritingRegion Category = "writingRegion"
)

func PossibleCategoryValues Uses

func PossibleCategoryValues() []Category

PossibleCategoryValues returns an array of possible values for the Category const type.

type Class Uses

type Class string

Class enumerates the values for class.

const (
    // ClassContainer ...
    ClassContainer Class = "container"
    // ClassLeaf ...
    ClassLeaf Class = "leaf"
)

func PossibleClassValues Uses

func PossibleClassValues() []Class

PossibleClassValues returns an array of possible values for the Class const type.

type Client Uses

type Client struct {
    BaseClient
}

Client is the the service is used to perform ink layout and recognition of written words and shapes. Ink strokes passed to the service are recognized and organized into recognition results in the response

func NewClient Uses

func NewClient(endpoint string) Client

NewClient creates an instance of the Client client.

func (Client) Recognize Uses

func (client Client) Recognize(ctx context.Context, body AnalysisRequest, xMsClientRequestID string) (result AnalysisResponse, err error)

Recognize ink Recognition operation is used to perform ink layout and recognition of written words and shapes. It allows passing the ink strokes to the service to get the recognition results in the response. Parameters: body - the collection of stroke objects to send for analysis xMsClientRequestID - the request id used to uniquely identify each request during troubleshooting. This is an optional parameter useful for correlating logs and other artifacts.

func (Client) RecognizePreparer Uses

func (client Client) RecognizePreparer(ctx context.Context, body AnalysisRequest, xMsClientRequestID string) (*http.Request, error)

RecognizePreparer prepares the Recognize request.

func (Client) RecognizeResponder Uses

func (client Client) RecognizeResponder(resp *http.Response) (result AnalysisResponse, err error)

RecognizeResponder handles the response to the Recognize request. The method always closes the http.Response Body.

func (Client) RecognizeSender Uses

func (client Client) RecognizeSender(req *http.Request) (*http.Response, error)

RecognizeSender sends the Recognize request. The method will close the http.Response Body if it receives an error.

type Container Uses

type Container string

Container enumerates the values for container.

const (
    // ContainerLine ...
    ContainerLine Container = "line"
    // ContainerParagraph ...
    ContainerParagraph Container = "paragraph"
    // ContainerRoot ...
    ContainerRoot Container = "root"
    // ContainerWritingRegion ...
    ContainerWritingRegion Container = "writingRegion"
)

func PossibleContainerValues Uses

func PossibleContainerValues() []Container

PossibleContainerValues returns an array of possible values for the Container const type.

type DrawingAttributesPattern Uses

type DrawingAttributesPattern struct {
    // Width - The width of the stylus used to draw the stroke
    Width *float64 `json:"width,omitempty"`
    // Color - This shows the components of the color in rgba format
    Color *DrawingAttributesPatternColor `json:"color,omitempty"`
    // Height - The height of the stylus used to draw the stroke
    Height *float64 `json:"height,omitempty"`
    // FitToCurve -  This indicates whether Bezier smoothing is used to render the stroke
    FitToCurve *bool `json:"fitToCurve,omitempty"`
    // RasterOp - Possible values include: 'NoOperation', 'CopyPen', 'MaskPen'
    RasterOp RasterOp `json:"rasterOp,omitempty"`
    // IgnorePressure -  This indicates whether the thickness of a rendered Stroke changes according the amount of pressure applied.
    IgnorePressure *bool `json:"ignorePressure,omitempty"`
    // Tip - This specifies the tip to be used to draw a stroke. Possible values include: 'Ellipse', 'Rectangle'
    Tip Tip `json:"tip,omitempty"`
}

DrawingAttributesPattern the properties to use when rendering ink

type DrawingAttributesPatternColor Uses

type DrawingAttributesPatternColor struct {
    // R - The red component of the color
    R   *float64 `json:"r,omitempty"`
    // G - The green component of the color
    G   *float64 `json:"g,omitempty"`
    // B - The blue component of the color
    B   *float64 `json:"b,omitempty"`
    // A - The alpha component of the color
    A   *float64 `json:"a,omitempty"`
}

DrawingAttributesPatternColor this shows the components of the color in rgba format

type ErrorModel Uses

type ErrorModel struct {
    // Code - This represents the error code
    Code *string `json:"code,omitempty"`
    // Message - This represents the error message
    Message *string `json:"message,omitempty"`
    // Target - This represents the target of the error message
    Target *string `json:"target,omitempty"`
    // Details - This gives details of the reason(s) for the error
    Details *[]ErrorModelDetailsItem `json:"details,omitempty"`
}

ErrorModel ...

type ErrorModelDetailsItem Uses

type ErrorModelDetailsItem struct {
    // Code - This represents the error code
    Code *string `json:"code,omitempty"`
    // Message - This represents the error message
    Message *string `json:"message,omitempty"`
    // Target - This represents the target of the error message
    Target *string `json:"target,omitempty"`
}

ErrorModelDetailsItem ...

type InkPoint Uses

type InkPoint struct {
    // X - The x coordinate of the pen location on the writing surface.
    X   *float64 `json:"x,omitempty"`
    // Y - The y coordinate of the pen location on the writing surface.
    Y   *float64 `json:"y,omitempty"`
    // Z - The z coordinate of the pen location on the writing space. This may not be used for recognition.
    Z   *float64 `json:"z,omitempty"`
    // TipPressure - The force exerted against the tablet surface by the transducer, typically a stylus. This may not be used for recognition.
    TipPressure *float64 `json:"tipPressure,omitempty"`
    // BarrelPressure - The force exerted directly by the user on a transducer sensor, such as a pressure-sensitive button on the barrel of a stylus. This may not be used for recognition.
    BarrelPressure *float64 `json:"barrelPressure,omitempty"`
    // Timestamp - The time relative to the absolute time the transducer last became active. This may not be used for recognition.
    Timestamp *float64 `json:"timestamp,omitempty"`
    // XTilt - The plane angle between the Y-Z plane and the plane containing the transducer axis and the Y axis. This may not be used for recognition.
    XTilt *float64 `json:"xTilt,omitempty"`
    // YTilt - The angle between the X-Z and transducer-X planes. A positive Y Tilt is toward the user. This may not be used for recognition.
    YTilt *float64 `json:"yTilt,omitempty"`
    // Width - The width of the tip of the writing instrument. This is used by touch screen devices to report the width of the finger contact on the writing surface. This may not be used for recognition.
    Width *float64 `json:"width,omitempty"`
    // Height - The height of the tip of the writing instrument. This is used by touch screen devices to report the height of the finger contact on the writing surface. This may not be used for recognition.
    Height *float64 `json:"height,omitempty"`
    // TipSwitch - A switch located on the tip of a stylus indicating contact of the stylus with a surface. This may not be used for recognition.
    TipSwitch *bool `json:"tipSwitch,omitempty"`
    // Inverted - A value that indicates that the currently sensed position originates from the end of a stylus opposite the tip switch. This may not be used for recognition.
    Inverted *bool `json:"inverted,omitempty"`
    // BarrelSwitch - A non-tip button located on the barrel of a stylus. Its function is typically mapped to a system secondary button. This may not be used for recognition.
    BarrelSwitch *bool `json:"barrelSwitch,omitempty"`
    // Eraser - The control is used for erasing objects. It is typically located opposite the writing end of a stylus. This may not be used for recognition.
    Eraser *bool `json:"eraser,omitempty"`
    // SecondaryTip - A secondary switch used in conjunction with the tip switch to indicate pressure above a certain threshold applied with the stylus. This may not be used for recognition.
    SecondaryTip *bool `json:"secondaryTip,omitempty"`
}

InkPoint an object containing the properties of an point in the path of an ink stroke. The main properties are the x and y values. Other include tip pressure, x tilt etc. For the coordinate values, it is recommended to have a precision of 8 digits after the decimal to obtain most accurate recognition results. The origin (0,0) of the canvas is assumed to be at the top left corner of the canvas

type InkPointValueAttribute Uses

type InkPointValueAttribute struct {
    // Name - The name of the point attribute.
    Name *string `json:"name,omitempty"`
    // LogicalMinimum - The minimum value for the attribute
    LogicalMinimum *float64 `json:"logicalMinimum,omitempty"`
    // LogicalMaximum - The maximum value for the attribute
    LogicalMaximum *float64 `json:"logicalMaximum,omitempty"`
}

InkPointValueAttribute a container for the attributes of a value contained in the ink point object.

type InputDevice Uses

type InputDevice string

InputDevice enumerates the values for input device.

const (
    // Armature ...
    Armature InputDevice = "armature"
    // ArticulatedArm ...
    ArticulatedArm InputDevice = "articulatedArm"
    // Digitizer ...
    Digitizer InputDevice = "digitizer"
    // LightPen ...
    LightPen InputDevice = "lightPen"
    // Pen ...
    Pen InputDevice = "pen"
    // StereoPlotter ...
    StereoPlotter InputDevice = "stereoPlotter"
    // ThreedDigitizer ...
    ThreedDigitizer InputDevice = "3dDigitizer"
    // TouchPad ...
    TouchPad InputDevice = "touchPad"
    // TouchScreen ...
    TouchScreen InputDevice = "touchScreen"
    // WhiteBoard ...
    WhiteBoard InputDevice = "whiteBoard"
)

func PossibleInputDeviceValues Uses

func PossibleInputDeviceValues() []InputDevice

PossibleInputDeviceValues returns an array of possible values for the InputDevice const type.

type Kind Uses

type Kind string

Kind enumerates the values for kind.

const (
    // KindInkDrawing ...
    KindInkDrawing Kind = "inkDrawing"
    // KindInkWriting ...
    KindInkWriting Kind = "inkWriting"
)

func PossibleKindValues Uses

func PossibleKindValues() []Kind

PossibleKindValues returns an array of possible values for the Kind const type.

type Leaf Uses

type Leaf string

Leaf enumerates the values for leaf.

const (
    // LeafInkBullet ...
    LeafInkBullet Leaf = "inkBullet"
    // LeafInkDrawing ...
    LeafInkDrawing Leaf = "inkDrawing"
    // LeafInkWord ...
    LeafInkWord Leaf = "inkWord"
    // LeafUnknown ...
    LeafUnknown Leaf = "unknown"
)

func PossibleLeafValues Uses

func PossibleLeafValues() []Leaf

PossibleLeafValues returns an array of possible values for the Leaf const type.

type PointDetailsPattern Uses

type PointDetailsPattern struct {
    // X - This represents the x coordinate of the point
    X   *float64 `json:"x,omitempty"`
    // Y - This represents the y coordinate of the point
    Y   *float64 `json:"y,omitempty"`
}

PointDetailsPattern this holds all the properties of one point

type RasterOp Uses

type RasterOp string

RasterOp enumerates the values for raster op.

const (
    // CopyPen ...
    CopyPen RasterOp = "copyPen"
    // MaskPen ...
    MaskPen RasterOp = "maskPen"
    // NoOperation ...
    NoOperation RasterOp = "noOperation"
)

func PossibleRasterOpValues Uses

func PossibleRasterOpValues() []RasterOp

PossibleRasterOpValues returns an array of possible values for the RasterOp const type.

type RecognitionUnitItem Uses

type RecognitionUnitItem struct {
    // ID - The identifier of the recognition unit. This id is used to indicate parent/child relationship between different recognition units.
    ID  *int32 `json:"id,omitempty"`
    // Category - Possible values include: 'Root', 'WritingRegion', 'Paragraph', 'Line', 'InkBullet', 'InkDrawing', 'InkWord', 'Unknown'
    Category   Category                `json:"category,omitempty"`
    Alternates *[]AlternatePatternItem `json:"alternates,omitempty"`
    // Center - The coordinates (x,y) of the center of the recognition unit.
    Center *PointDetailsPattern `json:"center,omitempty"`
    // Points - Array of point objects that represent points that are relevant to the type of recognition unit. For example, for a leaf node of inkDrawing category that represents a triangle, points would include the x, y coordinates of the vertices of the recognized triangle. The points represent the coordinates used to create the perfectly drawn shape that is closest to the original input. They may not exactly match.
    Points *[]PointDetailsPattern `json:"points,omitempty"`
    // ChildIds - An array of integers representing the identifier of each child of the current recognition unit.
    ChildIds *[]int32 `json:"childIds,omitempty"`
    // Class - Possible values include: 'ClassContainer', 'ClassLeaf'
    Class Class `json:"class,omitempty"`
    // ParentID - The id of the parent node in the tree structure of the recognition results. parent = 0 indicates that there is no dedicated parent node for this unit.
    ParentID *int32 `json:"parentId,omitempty"`
    // BoundingRectangle - The bounding rectangle of the recognition unit represented by the coordinates of the top left corner (topX,topY) along with width and height of the rectangle. Note that this rectangle is not rotated. So for  rotated objects such as slanted handwriting, it will cover the entire object. The unit will be matched to the one specified in the original request (mm by default.)
    BoundingRectangle *RecognitionUnitItemBoundingRectangle `json:"boundingRectangle,omitempty"`
    // RotatedBoundingRectangle - This is the rotated bounding rectangle that covers the entire recognized object along the angle of rotation of the object. Note that this is NOT the same as rotating the boundingRectangle by the rotation angle.
    RotatedBoundingRectangle *[]PointDetailsPattern `json:"rotatedBoundingRectangle,omitempty"`
    // StrokeIds - This is an array of integers representing the list of stroke Identifiers from the input request body that belong to this recognition unit.
    StrokeIds *[]int32 `json:"strokeIds,omitempty"`
    // RecognizedText - The string contains the text that was recognized. It can be an empty string if the recognizer cannot determine the text.
    RecognizedText *string `json:"recognizedText,omitempty"`
    // Confidence - A number between 0 and 1 which indicates the confidence level in the result.
    Confidence *float64 `json:"confidence,omitempty"`
    // RotationAngle - This is the angle at which the unit is rotated in degrees with respect to the positive X axis.
    RotationAngle *float64 `json:"rotationAngle,omitempty"`
    // RecognizedObject - Possible values include: 'ShapeDrawing', 'ShapeSquare', 'ShapeRectangle', 'ShapeCircle', 'ShapeEllipse', 'ShapeTriangle', 'ShapeIsoscelesTriangle', 'ShapeEquilateralTriangle', 'ShapeRightTriangle', 'ShapeQuadrilateral', 'ShapeDiamond', 'ShapeTrapezoid', 'ShapeParallelogram', 'ShapePentagon', 'ShapeHexagon', 'ShapeBlockArrow', 'ShapeHeart', 'ShapeStarSimple', 'ShapeStarCrossed', 'ShapeCloud', 'ShapeLine', 'ShapeCurve', 'ShapePolyLine'
    RecognizedObject Shape `json:"recognizedObject,omitempty"`
}

RecognitionUnitItem this identifies the recognized entity

type RecognitionUnitItemBoundingRectangle Uses

type RecognitionUnitItemBoundingRectangle struct {
    // TopX - This is the top left x coordinate
    TopX *float64 `json:"topX,omitempty"`
    // TopY - This is the top left y coordinate
    TopY *float64 `json:"topY,omitempty"`
    // Width - This is width of the bounding rectangle
    Width *float64 `json:"width,omitempty"`
    // Height - The is the height of the bounding rectangle
    Height *float64 `json:"height,omitempty"`
}

RecognitionUnitItemBoundingRectangle the bounding rectangle of the recognition unit represented by the coordinates of the top left corner (topX,topY) along with width and height of the rectangle. Note that this rectangle is not rotated. So for rotated objects such as slanted handwriting, it will cover the entire object. The unit will be matched to the one specified in the original request (mm by default.)

type Shape Uses

type Shape string

Shape enumerates the values for shape.

const (
    // ShapeBlockArrow ...
    ShapeBlockArrow Shape = "blockArrow"
    // ShapeCircle ...
    ShapeCircle Shape = "circle"
    // ShapeCloud ...
    ShapeCloud Shape = "cloud"
    // ShapeCurve ...
    ShapeCurve Shape = "curve"
    // ShapeDiamond ...
    ShapeDiamond Shape = "diamond"
    // ShapeDrawing ...
    ShapeDrawing Shape = "drawing"
    // ShapeEllipse ...
    ShapeEllipse Shape = "ellipse"
    // ShapeEquilateralTriangle ...
    ShapeEquilateralTriangle Shape = "equilateralTriangle"
    // ShapeHeart ...
    ShapeHeart Shape = "heart"
    // ShapeHexagon ...
    ShapeHexagon Shape = "hexagon"
    // ShapeIsoscelesTriangle ...
    ShapeIsoscelesTriangle Shape = "isoscelesTriangle"
    // ShapeLine ...
    ShapeLine Shape = "line"
    // ShapeParallelogram ...
    ShapeParallelogram Shape = "parallelogram"
    // ShapePentagon ...
    ShapePentagon Shape = "pentagon"
    // ShapePolyLine ...
    ShapePolyLine Shape = "polyLine"
    // ShapeQuadrilateral ...
    ShapeQuadrilateral Shape = "quadrilateral"
    // ShapeRectangle ...
    ShapeRectangle Shape = "rectangle"
    // ShapeRightTriangle ...
    ShapeRightTriangle Shape = "rightTriangle"
    // ShapeSquare ...
    ShapeSquare Shape = "square"
    // ShapeStarCrossed ...
    ShapeStarCrossed Shape = "starCrossed"
    // ShapeStarSimple ...
    ShapeStarSimple Shape = "starSimple"
    // ShapeTrapezoid ...
    ShapeTrapezoid Shape = "trapezoid"
    // ShapeTriangle ...
    ShapeTriangle Shape = "triangle"
)

func PossibleShapeValues Uses

func PossibleShapeValues() []Shape

PossibleShapeValues returns an array of possible values for the Shape const type.

type Stroke Uses

type Stroke struct {
    // ID - This is treated as a unique identifier for each stroke within a request. If the id is repeated within the same request, the service will return an error.
    ID  *int32 `json:"id,omitempty"`
    // Language - The IETF BCP 47 language code (for ex. en-US, en-GB, hi-IN etc.) of the expected language for the handwritten content in this stroke. The response will include results from this language.
    Language          *string                   `json:"language,omitempty"`
    Points            *[]InkPoint               `json:"points,omitempty"`
    DrawingAttributes *DrawingAttributesPattern `json:"drawingAttributes,omitempty"`
    // Kind - This is an optional property which influences the decision about what the stroke kind is between inkWriting and inkDrawing. This property should be set ONLY if the type of user content is known ahead of time. Not setting this value implies the kind is not known ahead of time. Kind represents the type of content the stroke is a part of. Possible values include: 'KindInkDrawing', 'KindInkWriting'
    Kind Kind `json:"kind,omitempty"`
}

Stroke ...

type Tip Uses

type Tip string

Tip enumerates the values for tip.

const (
    // Ellipse ...
    Ellipse Tip = "ellipse"
    // Rectangle ...
    Rectangle Tip = "rectangle"
)

func PossibleTipValues Uses

func PossibleTipValues() []Tip

PossibleTipValues returns an array of possible values for the Tip const type.

type Unit Uses

type Unit string

Unit enumerates the values for unit.

const (
    // Cm ...
    Cm  Unit = "cm"
    // In ...
    In  Unit = "in"
    // Mm ...
    Mm  Unit = "mm"
)

func PossibleUnitValues Uses

func PossibleUnitValues() []Unit

PossibleUnitValues returns an array of possible values for the Unit const type.

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