type ParseError = Infallible;
An error when parsing a
enum is slightly awkward: it will never actually exist. This error is part of the type signature of the implementation of
String. The return type of
from_str, requires that an error be defined, but, given that a
String can always be made into a new
String without error, this type will never actually be returned. As such, it is only here to satisfy said signature, and is useless otherwise.
impl Error for ParseError[src]1.8.0
fn description(&self) -> &str[src]
The lower-level cause of this error, if any. Read more
The lower-level source of this error, if any. Read more
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