why rust can not infer the result's type of collect()
Your code compiles fine when I type it out in the playground.
One thing that seems a bit suspect - in your code you have a
let v and a type annotation, but the corresponding line in the error output doesn't display them. To the best of my knowledge, the error should show the entire line from start to finish, which makes me think your changes hadn't saved properly before the compiler ran.
i had find the solution to this error . if i add the type annotation for v, it will work fine, but i do not understand why i need to add it, i think rust should infer it is Vec.
below code is error
String::from("12😇34").chars().map(|c: char| c).collect();
collect can collect into other containers that implement
FromIterator, of which
Vec is just one particular container type. For example,
let v: HashSet<_> = String::from("12😇34").chars().map(|c: char| c).collect();
This is why the type annotation is necessary, so the compiler knows which
FromIterator container you want. While some might prefer that
collect return a
Vec by default when no type is given, currently (to my knowledge) generics don't support the necessary defaults.
i understand it is rust can infer the container 's content is
char , but it do not know that should put the char into which container, so it need i tell it
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