Struct std::sync::BarrierWaitResult

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pub struct BarrierWaitResult(_);
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A BarrierWaitResult is returned by Barrier::wait() when all threads in the Barrier have rendezvoused.

Examples

use std::sync::Barrier;

let barrier = Barrier::new(1);
let barrier_wait_result = barrier.wait();
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impl BarrierWaitResult

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pub fn is_leader(&self) -> bool

Returns true if this thread is the “leader thread” for the call to Barrier::wait().

Only one thread will have true returned from their result, all other threads will have false returned.

Examples
use std::sync::Barrier;

let barrier = Barrier::new(1);
let barrier_wait_result = barrier.wait();
println!("{:?}", barrier_wait_result.is_leader());
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impl Debug for BarrierWaitResult

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fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result

Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more

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