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Chapter 7. Fusedocs > IO Element

IO Element

Most of the Fusedoc elements are fairly easy to decipher from their names, and the <io> element is no exception. Its job is to contain the elements that describe the input to the fuse (the <in> element) and the output the fuse is expected to create (the <out> element). In similar fashion, variables that are available as input to the fuse but should not be altered in any way by the fuse can be specified in a <passthrough> element.

In Element

The <in> element is another one of those almost self-explanatory Fusedoc elements. It contains elements to describe variables that are available for the fuse to use. An <in> element can contain any of the following elements for describing data:


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