• @AVincentInSpace
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        13 months ago

        what if i need to if let on the result of another if let

        • @RustyNova@lemmy.world
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          13 months ago

          Oh, then you use and_then() or something similar.

          There’s also the possibility to use the guard clauses patern and do let <...> = <...> else {}.

          And finally, you can always split into another function.

          It’s not straight rules. It depends on what makes it more readable for your case.

          • @AVincentInSpace
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            12 months ago

            what about if on a boolean followed by an if let