Struct physis::index::IndexHashTableEntry

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pub struct IndexHashTableEntry {
    pub hash: u64,
    pub is_synonym: bool,
    pub data_file_id: u8,
    pub offset: u64,
}

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§hash: u64§is_synonym: bool§data_file_id: u8§offset: u64

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impl BinRead for IndexHashTableEntry

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type Args<'__binrw_generated_args_lifetime> = ()

The type used for the args parameter of read_args() and read_options(). Read more
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fn read_options<R: Read + Seek>( __binrw_generated_var_reader: &mut R, __binrw_generated_var_endian: Endian, __binrw_generated_var_arguments: Self::Args<'_> ) -> BinResult<Self>

Read Self from the reader using the given [Endian] and arguments. Read more
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fn read_be<R>(reader: &mut R) -> Result<Self, Error>
where R: Read + Seek, Self::Args<'a>: for<'a> Required,

Read Self from the reader using default arguments and assuming big-endian byte order. Read more
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fn read_le<R>(reader: &mut R) -> Result<Self, Error>
where R: Read + Seek, Self::Args<'a>: for<'a> Required,

Read Self from the reader using default arguments and assuming little-endian byte order. Read more
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fn read_ne<R>(reader: &mut R) -> Result<Self, Error>
where R: Read + Seek, Self::Args<'a>: for<'a> Required,

Read T from the reader assuming native-endian byte order. Read more
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fn read_be_args<R>(reader: &mut R, args: Self::Args<'_>) -> Result<Self, Error>
where R: Read + Seek,

Read Self from the reader, assuming big-endian byte order, using the given arguments. Read more
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fn read_le_args<R>(reader: &mut R, args: Self::Args<'_>) -> Result<Self, Error>
where R: Read + Seek,

Read Self from the reader, assuming little-endian byte order, using the given arguments. Read more
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fn read_ne_args<R>(reader: &mut R, args: Self::Args<'_>) -> Result<Self, Error>
where R: Read + Seek,

Read T from the reader, assuming native-endian byte order, using the given arguments. Read more
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impl BinWrite for IndexHashTableEntry

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type Args<'__binrw_generated_args_lifetime> = ()

The type used for the args parameter of write_args() and write_options(). Read more
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fn write_options<W: Write + Seek>( &self, __binrw_generated_var_writer: &mut W, __binrw_generated_var_endian: Endian, __binrw_generated_var_arguments: Self::Args<'_> ) -> BinResult<()>

Write Self to the writer using the given [Endian] and arguments. Read more
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fn write_be<W>(&self, writer: &mut W) -> Result<(), Error>
where W: Write + Seek, Self::Args<'a>: for<'a> Required,

Write Self to the writer assuming big-endian byte order. Read more
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fn write_le<W>(&self, writer: &mut W) -> Result<(), Error>
where W: Write + Seek, Self::Args<'a>: for<'a> Required,

Write Self to the writer assuming little-endian byte order. Read more
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fn write_be_args<W>( &self, writer: &mut W, args: Self::Args<'_> ) -> Result<(), Error>
where W: Write + Seek,

Write Self to the writer, assuming big-endian byte order, using the given arguments. Read more
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fn write_le_args<W>( &self, writer: &mut W, args: Self::Args<'_> ) -> Result<(), Error>
where W: Write + Seek,

Write Self to the writer, assuming little-endian byte order, using the given arguments. Read more

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