https://www.tutorialspoint.com/rust/rust_operators.htm There's an operator >>> in such Rust tutorial, but it doesn't work in Rust Playground, the Rust Playground throwed an error.
I can't say for sure for pre-Rust 1.0 (released 2015), but we certainly don't have a
>>> operator now.
I'm guessing this is just a mistake where they copied the table from another language and forgot to remove the
>>> operators from the table.
In Rust you get the same effect when you apply the
>> operator to an unsigned type.
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