# Trait std::ops::Placer
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`pub trait Placer<Data> where`

Data: ?Sized, {
type Place: InPlace<Data>;
fn make_place(self) -> Self::Place;
}

Interface to implementations of `PLACE <- EXPR`

.

`PLACE <- EXPR`

effectively desugars into:

let p = PLACE; let mut place = Placer::make_place(p); let raw_place = Place::pointer(&mut place); let value = EXPR; unsafe { std::ptr::write(raw_place, value); InPlace::finalize(place) }Run

The type of `PLACE <- EXPR`

is derived from the type of `PLACE`

;
if the type of `PLACE`

is `P`

, then the final type of the whole
expression is `P::Place::Owner`

(see the `InPlace`

and `Boxed`

traits).

Values for types implementing this trait usually are transient
intermediate values (e.g. the return value of `Vec::emplace_back`

)
or `Copy`

, since the `make_place`

method takes `self`

by value.

## Associated Types

## Required Methods

## Implementors

`impl<'a, T> Placer<T> for &'a mut BinaryHeap<T> where`

T: 'a + Clone + Ord,`impl<'a, T> Placer<T> for FrontPlace<'a, T>`

`impl<'a, T> Placer<T> for BackPlace<'a, T>`

`impl<'a, T> Placer<T> for std::vec::PlaceBack<'a, T>`

`impl<'a, T> Placer<T> for std::collections::vec_deque::PlaceBack<'a, T>`

`impl<'a, T> Placer<T> for PlaceFront<'a, T>`

`impl<T> Placer<T> for ExchangeHeapSingleton`

`impl<'a, K, V> Placer<V> for Entry<'a, K, V>`