Type Transformations Workshop (9 exercises)
Problem

Understand The Terminology Around Unions

We're going to discuss some terminology in this exercise.

There are three types in this example:

One of the types is a discriminated union, one is an enum, and one is a union type.

Your challenge is to figure out which is which.

Transcript

[0:00] This exercise is a little bit different. We're going to be talking about some terminology. We have three types here, A, B, and C. One of these is a discriminated union, one of them is an enum, and one of them is a union type. You have to work out which is which. Once you've figured out in your own head, have a look at the solution and see if you were right.