Enum rustc_hir::BinOpKind[][src]

pub enum BinOpKind {
Show 18 variants Add, Sub, Mul, Div, Rem, And, Or, BitXor, BitAnd, BitOr, Shl, Shr, Eq, Lt, Le, Ne, Ge, Gt,
}

Variants

Add

The + operator (addition).

Sub

The - operator (subtraction).

Mul

The * operator (multiplication).

Div

The / operator (division).

Rem

The % operator (modulus).

And

The && operator (logical and).

Or

The || operator (logical or).

BitXor

The ^ operator (bitwise xor).

BitAnd

The & operator (bitwise and).

BitOr

The | operator (bitwise or).

Shl

The << operator (shift left).

Shr

The >> operator (shift right).

Eq

The == operator (equality).

Lt

The < operator (less than).

Le

The <= operator (less than or equal to).

Ne

The != operator (not equal to).

Ge

The >= operator (greater than or equal to).

Gt

The > operator (greater than).

Implementations

Returns true if the binary operator takes its arguments by value.

Trait Implementations

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This method tests for !=.

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