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Chapter 7. Fusedocs > Elements of Fusedoc

Elements of Fusedoc

When you get right down to it, Fusedocs are really basic collections of information. They describe what a fuse is going to do (its Responsibilities); who created it, when, and why (its Properties); what variables are present when it runs and are to be created by it (its Input-Output, or IO); and what kinds of situations it expects (its Assertions).

Of these areas, only Responsibilities is a required section in any Fusedoc. The others can be used at your discretion. Keep in mind, though, the first rule of Fusedocs.


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