How to find the set of a vector, i.e, given a vector, how to retrive the unique elements of the vector with its elements as f64 as their datatype ?
for example, let my vector be :
let numbers = vec![1.1, 1.1, 1.1, 2.2, 2.2, 2.2, 2.2, 3.3];
I want only the values [1.1, 2.2, 3.3].
Can someone suggest me a way to make it up !
I feel like the question must be missing some critical context, because the direct answer is so simple that it's nearly stated in the question: Just dump all the
Vec elements into a
https://doc.rust-lang.org/std/collections/struct.HashSet.html even has an example showing that
let foo: HashSet<...> = somethingIterable.iter().cloned().collect(); is all the code you need to do this.
You can even hash references instead of cloning if your context allows borrowing.
Are there any ordering guarantees for the final result when dumping vec elements to a set in this way?
I ask because in some other programming languages, dumping vector or list elements into a set can result in a different ordering of the set elements for each individual run of the program (!).
In the case of dumping to set I would settle for a consistent ordering of the same input. But in general when finding unique elements of a vector, one might also want the ordering to match the order of appearance in the vector itself.
And there's the missing critical context.
If you want a Set with meaningful ordering guarantees, then you're probably looking for BTreeSet or some other Set implementation, rather than HashSet.
HashSet is not ordered, but you can use
No, and what's more, the default hasher for
HashMap) is intentionally randomized to prevent attacks. If you need a particular order based on the keys, use
BTreeSet, and if you need insertion order, use the
Well, it's not my original question. But it seemed a relevant point to cover in the discussion
Thanks to everyone who provided answers!
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