For every element in the provided Traversable, append a value into this Vector, assigning the next available integer key for each

public function addAll(
  ?Traversable<Tv> $iterable,
): Vector<Tv>;

If you want to overwrite the values for existing keys, use setAll().

Future changes made to the current Vector ARE reflected in the returned Vector, and vice-versa.




The following example adds a collection of values to the Vector $v and also adds multiple collections of values to $v through chaining. Since Vector::addAll() returns a shallow copy of $v itself, you can chain a bunch of addAll() calls together, and that will add all those collection of values to $v.

$v = Vector {};

// Add all the values in a Set
$v->addAll(Set {'a', 'b'});

// Add all the values in a Vector
$v->addAll(Vector {'c', 'd'});

// Add all the values in a Map
$v->addAll(Map {'foo' => 'e', 'bar' => 'f'});

// Add all the values in an array
$v->addAll(varray['g', 'h']);

// Vector::addAll returns the Vector so it can be chained
$v->addAll(ImmSet {'i', 'j'})
  ->addAll(ImmVector {'k', 'l'});