Struct std::collections::linked_list::BackPlace [] [src]

#[must_use = "places do nothing unless written to with `<-` syntax"]
pub struct BackPlace<'a, T> where T: 'a { /* fields omitted */ }
Unstable (collection_placement #30172)

: struct name and placement protocol are subject to change

A place for insertion at the back of a LinkedList.

See LinkedList::back_place for details.

Trait Implementations

impl<'a, T> Place<T> for BackPlace<'a, T>
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Unstable (placement_new_protocol #27779)

Returns the address where the input value will be written. Note that the data at this address is generally uninitialized, and thus one should use ptr::write for initializing it. Read more

impl<'a, T> Placer<T> for BackPlace<'a, T>
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Unstable (placement_new_protocol #27779)

Place is the intermedate agent guarding the uninitialized state for Data. Read more

Unstable (placement_new_protocol #27779)

Creates a fresh place from self.

impl<'a, T> InPlace<T> for BackPlace<'a, T>
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Unstable (placement_new_protocol #27779)

Owner is the type of the end value of in (PLACE) EXPR Read more

Unstable (placement_new_protocol #27779)

Converts self into the final value, shifting deallocation/cleanup responsibilities (if any remain), over to the returned instance of Owner and forgetting self. Read more