|0.1.0||Sep 19, 2019|
#11 in #bool
Convert values to
bool, kind of like C, eh?
Eh roughly follows the implicit conversion rules for C to
or C++ to
bool, but Rust requires an explicit conversion. Integer
0.0, and null pointers are
false, and all other
As a Rust-specific extension, this is also implemented for
Result<T, E>. It returns
true when the
? operator would unwrap a
? would cause an early return.
Eh does not implement further boolean conversions of other languages,
especially since they're not universal. For example:
false, different than C and C++ (and
true, but in Python they're
- Many languages convert empty strings to
falseand non-empty strings to
falsein Perl and PHP.
The name is a play on the Canadian "eh", turning a declarative sentence into a question.
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