pub struct Weight { /* private fields */ }

Implementations

Set the reference time part of the weight.

Set the storage size part of the weight.

Return the reference time part of the weight.

Return the storage size part of the weight.

Return a mutable reference to the reference time part of the weight.

Return a mutable reference to the storage size part of the weight.

Get the conservative min of self and other weight.

Get the aggressive max of self and other weight.

Try to add some other weight while upholding the limit.

Construct Weight with reference time weight and 0 storage size weight.

Construct Weight with storage size weight and 0 reference time weight.

Construct Weight from weight parts, namely reference time and proof size weights.

Construct Weight from the same weight for all parts.

Saturating Weight addition. Computes self + rhs, saturating at the numeric bounds of all fields instead of overflowing.

Saturating Weight subtraction. Computes self - rhs, saturating at the numeric bounds of all fields instead of overflowing.

Saturating Weight scalar multiplication. Computes self.field * scalar for all fields, saturating at the numeric bounds of all fields instead of overflowing.

Saturating Weight scalar division. Computes self.field / scalar for all fields, saturating at the numeric bounds of all fields instead of overflowing.

Saturating Weight scalar exponentiation. Computes self.field.pow(exp) for all fields, saturating at the numeric bounds of all fields instead of overflowing.

Increment Weight by amount via saturating addition.

Reduce Weight by amount via saturating subtraction.

Checked Weight addition. Computes self + rhs, returning None if overflow occurred.

Checked Weight subtraction. Computes self - rhs, returning None if overflow occurred.

Checked Weight scalar multiplication. Computes self.field * scalar for each field, returning None if overflow occurred.

Checked Weight scalar division. Computes self.field / scalar for each field, returning None if overflow occurred.

Try to increase self by amount via checked addition.

Try to reduce self by amount via checked subtraction.

Return a Weight where all fields are zero.

Constant version of Add with u64.

Is only overflow safe when evaluated at compile-time.

Constant version of Sub with u64.

Is only overflow safe when evaluated at compile-time.

Constant version of Div with u64.

Is only overflow safe when evaluated at compile-time.

Constant version of Mul with u64.

Is only overflow safe when evaluated at compile-time.

Returns true if any of self’s constituent weights is strictly greater than that of the other’s, otherwise returns false.

Returns true if all of self’s constituent weights is strictly greater than that of the other’s, otherwise returns false.

Returns true if any of self’s constituent weights is strictly less than that of the other’s, otherwise returns false.

Returns true if all of self’s constituent weights is strictly less than that of the other’s, otherwise returns false.

Returns true if any of self’s constituent weights is greater than or equal to that of the other’s, otherwise returns false.

Returns true if all of self’s constituent weights is greater than or equal to that of the other’s, otherwise returns false.

Returns true if any of self’s constituent weights is less than or equal to that of the other’s, otherwise returns false.

Returns true if all of self’s constituent weights is less than or equal to that of the other’s, otherwise returns false.

Returns true if any of self’s constituent weights is equal to that of the other’s, otherwise returns false.

Trait Implementations

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Returns the smallest finite number this type can represent
Returns the largest finite number this type can represent
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Calculates the encoded size. Read more
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The resulting type after applying the - operator.
Performs the - operation. Read more
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The type identifying for which type info is provided. Read more
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Weigh the data T given by target. When implementing this for a dispatchable, T will be a tuple of all arguments given to the function (except origin). Read more
Returns the additive identity element of Self, 0. Read more
Returns true if self is equal to the additive identity.
Sets self to the additive identity element of Self, 0.

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