pub unsafe extern "rust-intrinsic" fn uninit<T>() -> T
Creates an uninitialized value.
uninit is unsafe because there is no guarantee of what its contents are. In particular its drop-flag may be set to any state, which means it may claim either dropped or undropped. In the general case one must use
ptr::write to initialize memory previous set to the result of
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