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Specialize to reuse in Rust
Specialize to reuse in Rust
may help you . There are no "superclasses" and "subclasses" in Rust (as of 1.4.0). The best we have is traits.For your case, I see two options. If the only difference between the tokenizer "classes" is the delimiter string, then I would have a single
TAG : rust
Date : November 13 2020, 09:01 AM , By : Nick Drake
How do I specialize a trait function?
How do I specialize a trait function?
To fix the issue you can do I have a trait for BLAS functionality: , All I needed is to add where CudaBlas: Blas:
TAG : rust
Date : November 13 2020, 05:40 AM , By : Jeff Pfau
How to publish a constant string in the Rust FFI?
How to publish a constant string in the Rust FFI?
help you fix your problem I want to have a Rust library expose a const char * static string to C, to be compatible with an existing interface (specifically librsync). That is, the C header file has , This gets a little weird, so bear with me...
TAG : rust
Date : November 09 2020, 09:01 AM , By : vijayKumar
How do I make a pointer hashable?
How do I make a pointer hashable?
wish help you to fix your issue There's a difference between raw pointers (*const T, *mut T) and references (T, mut T) in Rust. You have a reference.Hash is defined for references as delegating to the hash of the referred-to item:
TAG : rust
Date : November 08 2020, 09:00 AM , By : S V Obhrai
How to pass a mutable function parameter as argument to another function?
How to pass a mutable function parameter as argument to another function?
Any of those help Why does Rust prevent this code from compiling, with the error: "cannot borrow immutable local variable arr as mutable"? How to pass the vector into another function as mutable reference? , You don't need to use mut in this case:
TAG : rust
Date : November 07 2020, 01:32 PM , By : Raghotham Harish
Expected &-ptr, found tuple while iterating over an array of tuples
Expected &-ptr, found tuple while iterating over an array of tuples
will help you The solution There is quite something going on there. First the working code:
TAG : rust
Date : November 05 2020, 06:58 PM , By : Igor Smirnov
Creating a struct with a generic trait for field. Expected struct<trait> found struct<type that implements said
Creating a struct with a generic trait for field. Expected struct<trait> found struct<type that implements said
it should still fix some issue I'm trying to create a struct that has a BufWriter that uses the Write trait, so that this struct could have a buffered writer that can be anything that implements that trait: File, Stream, etc. But I'm having an issue
TAG : rust
Date : October 31 2020, 10:01 AM , By : Matthew Taiga Chen
When does RwLock panic instead of doing a deadlock?
When does RwLock panic instead of doing a deadlock?
it fixes the issue According to the implementation:
TAG : rust
Date : October 29 2020, 11:32 PM , By : bis
GMP - mpf_cmp_si not working correctly for negative values
GMP - mpf_cmp_si not working correctly for negative values
I wish this helpful for you I'm using the GNU multiple precision library through Rust, and I'm trying to write a wrapper for the mpf_sqrt() function. In order to do so, I need to make sure the number is positive, but mpf_cmp_si() isn't behaving. , Th
TAG : rust
Date : October 29 2020, 04:45 AM , By : Belong STD
Borrow errors for multiple borrows
Borrow errors for multiple borrows
seems to work fine What you are trying to do is unsound. It looks like you are attempting to create multiple MyBorrows which all mutably borrow the same value, and have them all alive at once (in the vector). Such setups are exactly what Rust is desi
TAG : rust
Date : October 23 2020, 05:39 PM , By : Filip Cosmin
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