Crate num_traits[−][src]
Numeric traits for generic mathematics
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Modules
bounds  
cast  
float  
identities  
int  
ops  
pow  
real  
sign 
Structs
ParseFloatError 
Enums
FloatErrorKind 
Traits
AsPrimitive 
A generic interface for casting between machine scalars with the

Bounded 
Numbers which have upper and lower bounds 
CheckedAdd 
Performs addition that returns 
CheckedDiv 
Performs division that returns 
CheckedMul 
Performs multiplication that returns 
CheckedShl 
Performs a left shift that returns 
CheckedShr 
Performs a right shift that returns 
CheckedSub 
Performs subtraction that returns 
Float 
Generic trait for floating point numbers 
FloatConst  
FromPrimitive 
A generic trait for converting a number to a value. 
Num 
The base trait for numeric types, covering 
NumAssign 
The trait for 
NumAssignOps 
The trait for types implementing numeric assignment operators (like 
NumAssignRef 
The trait for 
NumCast 
An interface for casting between machine scalars. 
NumOps 
The trait for types implementing basic numeric operations 
NumRef 
The trait for 
One 
Defines a multiplicative identity element for 
PrimInt  
RefNum 
The trait for references which implement numeric operations, taking the second operand either by value or by reference. 
Saturating 
Saturating math operations 
Signed 
Useful functions for signed numbers (i.e. numbers that can be negative). 
ToPrimitive 
A generic trait for converting a value to a number. 
Unsigned 
A trait for values which cannot be negative 
WrappingAdd 
Performs addition that wraps around on overflow. 
WrappingMul 
Performs multiplication that wraps around on overflow. 
WrappingSub 
Performs subtraction that wraps around on overflow. 
Zero 
Defines an additive identity element for 
Functions
abs 
Computes the absolute value. 
abs_sub 
The positive difference of two numbers. 
cast 
Cast from one machine scalar to another. 
checked_pow 
Raises a value to the power of exp, returning 
clamp 
A value bounded by a minimum and a maximum 
one 
Returns the multiplicative identity, 
pow 
Raises a value to the power of exp, using exponentiation by squaring. 
signum 
Returns the sign of the number. 
zero 
Returns the additive identity, 