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Nov 29, 2022 ⋅ 6 min read

The guide to conditional types in TypeScript

Matteo Di Pirro I am an enthusiastic young software engineer who specialized in the theory of programming languages and type safety. I enjoy learning and experimenting with new technologies and languages, looking for effective ways to employ them.

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2 Replies to "The guide to conditional types in TypeScript"

    1. Yes, you’re right. Both actually work, but `U` is more correct, considering that the example shows the purpose of the `infer` keyword.

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