TapOnComplete Operator

tap_on_complete(tapFn::F) where { F <: Function }

Creates a tap operator, which performs a side effect for only complete emission on the source Observable, but return an Observable that is identical to the source.


  • tapFn::Function: side-effect tap function with () -> Nothing signature


Stream of type <: Subscribable{L} where L refers to type of source stream


using Rocket

source = from([ 1, 2, 3 ])
subscribe!(source |> tap_on_complete(() -> println("Complete event received")), logger())

# output

[LogActor] Data: 1
[LogActor] Data: 2
[LogActor] Data: 3
[LogActor] Completed
Complete event received

See also: tap_on_subscribe, tap, logger



Returns an Observable that resembles the source Observable, but modifies it so that the provided Observer is called to perform a side effect on complete event emission by the source.

This operator is useful for debugging your Observables, verifying correctness, or performing other side effects.

Note: this operator differs from a subscribe on the Observable. If the Observable returned by tap_on_complete is not subscribed, the side effects specified by the Observer will never happen. tap_on_complete therefore simply spies on future execution, it does not trigger an execution to happen like subscribe does.

See also