actual fun <T, K> Grouping<T, K>.eachCount(): Map<K, Int> (source)

Platform and version requirements: Kotlin 1.1

Groups elements from the Grouping source by key and counts elements in each group.

import kotlin.test.*

fun main(args: Array<String>) {
val words = "one two three four five six seven eight nine ten".split(' ')
val frequenciesByFirstChar = words.groupingBy { it.first() }.eachCount()
println("Counting first letters:")
println(frequenciesByFirstChar) // {o=1, t=3, f=2, s=2, e=1, n=1}

val moreWords = "eleven twelve".split(' ')
val moreFrequencies = moreWords.groupingBy { it.first() }.eachCountTo(frequenciesByFirstChar.toMutableMap())
println(moreFrequencies) // {o=1, t=4, f=2, s=2, e=2, n=1}

Return a Map associating the key of each group with the count of elements in the group.