Flux built-in functions

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Built-in functions provide a foundation for working with data using Flux. Because these functions are “built-in,” they do not require an import statement and are usable without any extra setup.

Built-in functions are grouped into the following categories:

Flux built-in input functions

Flux’s built-in input functions define sources of data or or display information about data sources.

Flux built-in output functions

Flux’s built-in output functions yield results or send data to a specified output destination.

Flux built-in transformation functions

Flux’s built-in transformation functions transform and shape your data in specific ways.

Flux built-in miscellaneous functions

Flux provides built-in miscellaneous functions that serve purposes other than retrieving, transforming, or outputting data.

Flux built-in testing functions

Flux’s built-in testing functions test various aspects of piped-forward data.