Rust 101 – 13: Type Parameters and Associated Types

Following on from video 12, looking at how to add type information to traits, to make them flexible enough to describe generic code with different types, for example how to add a u32 to a u64 and return a u128, without defining a whole new trait for every combination of types.

Series: Language basics, More syntax,Traits and generics, Building applications, Concurrency and parallelism

This section (Traits and generics): 12: Traits, 13: Type Params, 14: std Traits, 15: Lifetimes, 16: Exercises A3pt1, 17: Exercises A3pt2

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