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Features

adding/removing element at front/back

converting heterogeneous tuples to homogeneous ones
Examples: list operations
use tuplex::*;
let tuple = ();
assert_eq!( tuple.len(), 0 );
let tuple = tuple.push_front( 0 );
assert_eq!( tuple, (0,) );
assert_eq!( tuple.len(), 1 );
let tuple = tuple.push_front( false );
assert_eq!( tuple, (false,0) );
assert_eq!( tuple.len(), 2 );
let tuple = tuple.push_back( true );
assert_eq!( tuple, (false,0,true) );
assert_eq!( tuple.len(), 3 );
let tuple = tuple.push_back( 1 );
assert_eq!( tuple, (false,0,true,1) );
assert_eq!( tuple.len(), 4 );
let (front,tuple) = tuple.pop_front();
assert_eq!( front, false );
assert_eq!( tuple, (0,true,1) );
let (back,tuple) = tuple.pop_back();
assert_eq!( back, 1 );
assert_eq!( tuple, (0,true) );
Examples: homogeneous/heterogeneous conversions
use tuplex::*;
// `into_homo_tuple()` works because i32 can be converted from i8, u16 and i32.
assert_eq!( (3_i8, 7_u16, 21_i32).into_homo_tuple(), (3_i32, 7_i32, 21_i32) );