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Feb 16, 2023 ⋅ 5 min read

How to build polymorphic components in Rust

Damilare Jolayemi Damilare is an enthusiastic problem-solver who enjoys building whatever works on the computer. He has a knack for slapping his keyboards till something works. When he's not talking to his laptop, you'll find him hopping on road trips and sharing moments with his friends, or watching shows on Netflix.

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2 Replies to "How to build polymorphic components in Rust"

  1. It looks like the code example in the Enum section omits the definition of the enum Creature. Could that be fixed or could you send me the complete example.

  2. The dynamic dispatch section has the two lines

    dynamic_dispatch(cat); // Cat is walking
    dynamic_dispatch(dog); // Dog is walking

    I think they should be

    dynamic_dispatch(&cat); // Cat is walking
    dynamic_dispatch(&dog); // Dog is walking

    instead.

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