pub trait OptionExt<T> {
    fn owned(&self) -> Option<<<T as Deref>::Target as ToOwned>::Owned>
    where
        T: Deref,
        T::Target: ToOwned
; fn display_or<D>(self, default: D) -> Either<T, D>
    where
        T: Display,
        D: Display
; fn display_or_else<D, R>(self, default: D) -> Either<T, R>
    where
        T: Display,
        D: FnOnce() -> R,
        R: Display
; }
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Extension methods for std::option::Option.

Required Methods

Converts from Option<&T> to Option<T::Owned> when T implements ToOwned.

The canonical use case is converting from an Option<&str> to an Option<String>.

The name is symmetric with Option::cloned.

Returns a type that displays the option’s value if it is present, or the provided default otherwise.

Examples
use mz_ore::option::OptionExt;

fn render(number: Option<i32>) -> String {
    format!("Your lucky number is {}.", number.display_or("unknown"))
}

assert_eq!(render(Some(42)), "Your lucky number is 42.");
assert_eq!(render(None), "Your lucky number is unknown.");

Like OptionExt::display_or, but the default value is computed only if the option is None.

Examples
use mz_ore::option::OptionExt;

fn render(number: Option<i32>, guess: i32) -> String {
    format!(
        "Your lucky number is {}.",
        number.display_or_else(|| format!("unknown (best guess: {})", guess)),
    )
}

assert_eq!(render(Some(42), 7), "Your lucky number is 42.");
assert_eq!(render(None, 7), "Your lucky number is unknown (best guess: 7).");

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