- What is an algebraic data type?
An algebraic data type is a kind of composite type formed by combining other types.
- What is polymorphism?
Polymorphism is the quality of having many forms.
- What is parametric polymorphism?
Parametric polymorphism is the quality of having many forms according to a parameter.
- What is a ground type?
A ground type is a type that has no parameters, modifiers, or substitutions. For example, i32 or String.
- What is Universal Function Call syntax?
Universal Function Call syntax is used to disambiguate functions or methods. It looks like Foo::f(&b) instead of b.f().
- What are the possible type signatures of a trait object?
A trait object is any signature for a trait that will give it a known size at compile time. Common examples of this are &Trait or Box<Trait>.
- What are two ways to obscure type information...