If you have a set of known types at the beginning of a tuple, and you wish to allow an arbitrary number of array elements at the end that are of a particular type, then you can use the spread operator, for example, like so:
type tuple = [string, number, string, ...number];
This would allow zero or more array elements of type
number at the end (after the first three elements, that are of a particular type, have been specified):
const ex1: tuple = ['foo', 1, 'bar']; const ex2: tuple = ['foo', 1, 'bar', 1]; const ex3: tuple = ['foo', 1, 'bar', 1, 2, 3]; // ...
This is useful when you want to create open-ended tuples that may have zero or more elements of the same type at the end.
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