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#66 in Rust patterns
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Returns type names with a specifiable number of module segments as a
#[rustfmt::skip] assert_eq!( std::any::type_name::<Option<String>>(), "core::option::Option<alloc::string::String>" ); #[rustfmt::skip] let tuples = vec![ (tynm::type_name::<Option<String>>(), "Option<String>"), (tynm::type_namem::<Option<String>>(1), "core::..::Option<alloc::..::String>"), (tynm::type_namen::<Option<String>>(1), "..::option::Option<..::string::String>"), // 1 segment from most and least significant modules. (tynm::type_namemn::<rust_out::two::three::Struct>(1, 1), "rust_out::..::three::Struct"), // traits (tynm::type_name::<dyn core::fmt::Debug>(), "dyn Debug"), ]; tuples .iter() .for_each(|(left, right)| assert_eq!(left, right));
std::any::type_name function stabilized in Rust 1.38 returns the fully qualified type
name with all module segments. This can be difficult to read in error messages, especially for
Often, the simple type name is more readable, and enough to distinguish the type referenced in an error.
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