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Why is such a thing needed? Can't Rust do that yet?

(I would like to point out that this sounds a lot like Node-ism: npm has multiple (!) packages for "noop"...)

 

It's a different approach without the limitations. Indeed, the input is not bound to a type (i32, i64...) and can be very big.

It may also be faster...

 

Right so your entire function would run faster than what effectively compiles to a single CPU instruction... 🤔

 
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