Kealan Parr
Jun 28, 2022 ⋅ 5 min read

How to extend enums in TypeScript

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One Reply to "How to extend enums in TypeScript"

  1. >In the above code block, we used an intersection type. The intersection acts like an “or,” which simply means that the DoorState type will either be of type Door or of type DoorFrame.

    Isn’t that a union type? Although, the resultant type will let code only compile if the type is used such that only properties in the *intersection* of the types being unioned is accessed.

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