I'm new to Rust. In the Structure chapter of Rust By Example,
There are three types of structures that can be created using the keyword struct.
- Tuple. (Mostly named tuples)
- Classic C-style structure.
- unit. This has no fields and is useful when dealing with generic types.
The sample code was also posted after this, but I did not know what the "named tuple" was.
If anyone knows, please let me know.
The English version looks like this:
There are three types of structures ("structs") that can be created using the struct keyword:
- Tuple structs, which are, basically, named tuples.
- The classic C structs
- Unit structs, which are field-less, are useful for generics.
The relevant part " Tuple structs, which are, basically, named tuples. " Means "tuple structs (generally like named tuples)".
In other words, "a tuple structure is like a normal tuple with a name."