..  method_exists(f, Tuple type) -> Bool

Determine whether the given generic function has a method matching the given :obj:`Tuple` of argument types.

.. doctest::

   julia> method_exists(length, Tuple{Array})


The method_exists function in Julia is used to determine whether a given generic function has a method matching a specific tuple of argument types.

julia> method_exists(f, Tuple type) -> Bool

Here's an example of how to use method_exists:

julia> method_exists(length, Tuple{Array})

In this example, we check if the length function has a method that takes an Array as an argument. The method_exists function returns true if such a method exists and false otherwise.

See Also

assert, backtrace, code_llvm, code_lowered, code_native, code_typed, code_warntype, :@which, compilecache, current_module, eval, finalize, finalizer, fullname, function_module, function_name, include_dependency, InterruptException, invoke, isconst, isdefined, isgeneric, methodswith, method_exists, module_name, module_parent, require, subtypes, unsafe_load, workspace, __precompile__,

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