Trait core::ops::Div1.0.0[][src]

pub trait Div<Rhs = Self> {
    type Output;
    fn div(self, rhs: Rhs) -> Self::Output;
}
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The division operator /.

Note that Rhs is Self by default, but this is not mandatory.

Examples

Dividable rational numbers

use std::ops::Div;

// By the fundamental theorem of arithmetic, rational numbers in lowest
// terms are unique. So, by keeping `Rational`s in reduced form, we can
// derive `Eq` and `PartialEq`.
#[derive(Debug, Eq, PartialEq)]
struct Rational {
    numerator: usize,
    denominator: usize,
}

impl Rational {
    fn new(numerator: usize, denominator: usize) -> Self {
        if denominator == 0 {
            panic!("Zero is an invalid denominator!");
        }

        // Reduce to lowest terms by dividing by the greatest common
        // divisor.
        let gcd = gcd(numerator, denominator);
        Self {
            numerator: numerator / gcd,
            denominator: denominator / gcd,
        }
    }
}

impl Div for Rational {
    // The division of rational numbers is a closed operation.
    type Output = Self;

    fn div(self, rhs: Self) -> Self::Output {
        if rhs.numerator == 0 {
            panic!("Cannot divide by zero-valued `Rational`!");
        }

        let numerator = self.numerator * rhs.denominator;
        let denominator = self.denominator * rhs.numerator;
        Self::new(numerator, denominator)
    }
}

// Euclid's two-thousand-year-old algorithm for finding the greatest common
// divisor.
fn gcd(x: usize, y: usize) -> usize {
    let mut x = x;
    let mut y = y;
    while y != 0 {
        let t = y;
        y = x % y;
        x = t;
    }
    x
}

assert_eq!(Rational::new(1, 2), Rational::new(2, 4));
assert_eq!(Rational::new(1, 2) / Rational::new(3, 4),
           Rational::new(2, 3));
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Dividing vectors by scalars as in linear algebra

use std::ops::Div;

struct Scalar { value: f32 }

#[derive(Debug, PartialEq)]
struct Vector { value: Vec<f32> }

impl Div<Scalar> for Vector {
    type Output = Self;

    fn div(self, rhs: Scalar) -> Self::Output {
        Self { value: self.value.iter().map(|v| v / rhs.value).collect() }
    }
}

let scalar = Scalar { value: 2f32 };
let vector = Vector { value: vec![2f32, 4f32, 6f32] };
assert_eq!(vector / scalar, Vector { value: vec![1f32, 2f32, 3f32] });
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Associated Types

The resulting type after applying the / operator.

Required methods

Performs the / operation.

Example

assert_eq!(12 / 2, 6);
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Implementors

This operation rounds towards zero, truncating any fractional part of the exact result.

Panics

This operation will panic if other == 0 or the division results in overflow.

This operation rounds towards zero, truncating any fractional part of the exact result.

Panics

This operation will panic if other == 0 or the division results in overflow.

This operation rounds towards zero, truncating any fractional part of the exact result.

Panics

This operation will panic if other == 0 or the division results in overflow.

This operation rounds towards zero, truncating any fractional part of the exact result.

Panics

This operation will panic if other == 0 or the division results in overflow.

This operation rounds towards zero, truncating any fractional part of the exact result.

Panics

This operation will panic if other == 0 or the division results in overflow.

This operation rounds towards zero, truncating any fractional part of the exact result.

Panics

This operation will panic if other == 0 or the division results in overflow.

This operation rounds towards zero, truncating any fractional part of the exact result.

Panics

This operation will panic if other == 0.

This operation rounds towards zero, truncating any fractional part of the exact result.

Panics

This operation will panic if other == 0.

This operation rounds towards zero, truncating any fractional part of the exact result.

Panics

This operation will panic if other == 0.

This operation rounds towards zero, truncating any fractional part of the exact result.

Panics

This operation will panic if other == 0.

This operation rounds towards zero, truncating any fractional part of the exact result.

Panics

This operation will panic if other == 0.

This operation rounds towards zero, truncating any fractional part of the exact result.

Panics

This operation will panic if other == 0.

Examples

Basic usage:

#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

assert_eq!(Saturating(2i8), Saturating(5i8) / Saturating(2));
assert_eq!(Saturating(i8::MAX), Saturating(i8::MAX) / Saturating(1));
assert_eq!(Saturating(i8::MIN), Saturating(i8::MIN) / Saturating(1));
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#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

let _ = Saturating(0i8) / Saturating(0);
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Examples

Basic usage:

#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

assert_eq!(Saturating(2i16), Saturating(5i16) / Saturating(2));
assert_eq!(Saturating(i16::MAX), Saturating(i16::MAX) / Saturating(1));
assert_eq!(Saturating(i16::MIN), Saturating(i16::MIN) / Saturating(1));
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#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

let _ = Saturating(0i16) / Saturating(0);
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Examples

Basic usage:

#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

assert_eq!(Saturating(2i32), Saturating(5i32) / Saturating(2));
assert_eq!(Saturating(i32::MAX), Saturating(i32::MAX) / Saturating(1));
assert_eq!(Saturating(i32::MIN), Saturating(i32::MIN) / Saturating(1));
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#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

let _ = Saturating(0i32) / Saturating(0);
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Examples

Basic usage:

#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

assert_eq!(Saturating(2i64), Saturating(5i64) / Saturating(2));
assert_eq!(Saturating(i64::MAX), Saturating(i64::MAX) / Saturating(1));
assert_eq!(Saturating(i64::MIN), Saturating(i64::MIN) / Saturating(1));
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#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

let _ = Saturating(0i64) / Saturating(0);
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Examples

Basic usage:

#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

assert_eq!(Saturating(2i128), Saturating(5i128) / Saturating(2));
assert_eq!(Saturating(i128::MAX), Saturating(i128::MAX) / Saturating(1));
assert_eq!(Saturating(i128::MIN), Saturating(i128::MIN) / Saturating(1));
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#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

let _ = Saturating(0i128) / Saturating(0);
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Examples

Basic usage:

#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

assert_eq!(Saturating(2isize), Saturating(5isize) / Saturating(2));
assert_eq!(Saturating(isize::MAX), Saturating(isize::MAX) / Saturating(1));
assert_eq!(Saturating(isize::MIN), Saturating(isize::MIN) / Saturating(1));
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#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

let _ = Saturating(0isize) / Saturating(0);
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Examples

Basic usage:

#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

assert_eq!(Saturating(2u8), Saturating(5u8) / Saturating(2));
assert_eq!(Saturating(u8::MAX), Saturating(u8::MAX) / Saturating(1));
assert_eq!(Saturating(u8::MIN), Saturating(u8::MIN) / Saturating(1));
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#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

let _ = Saturating(0u8) / Saturating(0);
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Examples

Basic usage:

#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

assert_eq!(Saturating(2u16), Saturating(5u16) / Saturating(2));
assert_eq!(Saturating(u16::MAX), Saturating(u16::MAX) / Saturating(1));
assert_eq!(Saturating(u16::MIN), Saturating(u16::MIN) / Saturating(1));
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#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

let _ = Saturating(0u16) / Saturating(0);
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Examples

Basic usage:

#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

assert_eq!(Saturating(2u32), Saturating(5u32) / Saturating(2));
assert_eq!(Saturating(u32::MAX), Saturating(u32::MAX) / Saturating(1));
assert_eq!(Saturating(u32::MIN), Saturating(u32::MIN) / Saturating(1));
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#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

let _ = Saturating(0u32) / Saturating(0);
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Examples

Basic usage:

#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

assert_eq!(Saturating(2u64), Saturating(5u64) / Saturating(2));
assert_eq!(Saturating(u64::MAX), Saturating(u64::MAX) / Saturating(1));
assert_eq!(Saturating(u64::MIN), Saturating(u64::MIN) / Saturating(1));
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#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

let _ = Saturating(0u64) / Saturating(0);
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Examples

Basic usage:

#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

assert_eq!(Saturating(2u128), Saturating(5u128) / Saturating(2));
assert_eq!(Saturating(u128::MAX), Saturating(u128::MAX) / Saturating(1));
assert_eq!(Saturating(u128::MIN), Saturating(u128::MIN) / Saturating(1));
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#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

let _ = Saturating(0u128) / Saturating(0);
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Examples

Basic usage:

#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

assert_eq!(Saturating(2usize), Saturating(5usize) / Saturating(2));
assert_eq!(Saturating(usize::MAX), Saturating(usize::MAX) / Saturating(1));
assert_eq!(Saturating(usize::MIN), Saturating(usize::MIN) / Saturating(1));
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#![feature(saturating_int_impl, saturating_div)]
use std::num::Saturating;

let _ = Saturating(0usize) / Saturating(0);
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