# Tuple11FromExpr

given Tuple11FromExpr[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11](using val x\$1: Type[T1], val x\$2: Type[T2], val x\$3: Type[T3], val x\$4: Type[T4], val x\$5: Type[T5], val x\$6: Type[T6], val x\$7: Type[T7], val x\$8: Type[T8], val x\$9: Type[T9], val x\$10: Type[T10], val x\$11: Type[T11], val x\$12: FromExpr[T1], val x\$13: FromExpr[T2], val x\$14: FromExpr[T3], val x\$15: FromExpr[T4], val x\$16: FromExpr[T5], val x\$17: FromExpr[T6], val x\$18: FromExpr[T7], val x\$19: FromExpr[T8], val x\$20: FromExpr[T9], val x\$21: FromExpr[T10], val x\$22: FromExpr[T11]): FromExpr[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11)]

Default implementation of `FromExpr[Tuple11[...]]` - Transform `'{Tuple1(x1, ..., x11)}` into `Some(Tuple1(x1, ..., x11))` if all `xi` can be transformed using `FromExpr[Ti]` - Otherwise returns `None`

Source
FromExpr.scala

## Value members

### Concrete methods

def unapply(x: Expr[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11)])(using Quotes): Option[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11)]

### Concrete fields

protected val x\$1: Type[T1]
protected val x\$10: Type[T10]
protected val x\$11: Type[T11]
protected val x\$12: FromExpr[T1]
protected val x\$13: FromExpr[T2]
protected val x\$14: FromExpr[T3]
protected val x\$15: FromExpr[T4]
protected val x\$16: FromExpr[T5]
protected val x\$17: FromExpr[T6]
protected val x\$18: FromExpr[T7]
protected val x\$19: FromExpr[T8]
protected val x\$2: Type[T2]
protected val x\$20: FromExpr[T9]
protected val x\$21: FromExpr[T10]
protected val x\$22: FromExpr[T11]
protected val x\$3: Type[T3]
protected val x\$4: Type[T4]
protected val x\$5: Type[T5]
protected val x\$6: Type[T6]
protected val x\$7: Type[T7]
protected val x\$8: Type[T8]
protected val x\$9: Type[T9]