pub struct NegativeImbalance<T: Config<I>, I: 'static = ()>(_);
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Opaque, move-only struct with private fields that serves as a token denoting that funds have been destroyed without any equal and opposite accounting.

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Create a new negative imbalance from a balance.

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Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more
Returns the “default value” for a type. Read more

Basic drop handler will just square up the total issuance.

The oppositely imbalanced type. They come in pairs.
The zero imbalance. Can be destroyed with drop_zero.
Drop an instance cleanly. Only works if its self.value() is zero.
Consume self and return two independent instances; the first is guaranteed to be at most amount and the second will be the remainder. Read more
Consume self and an other to return a new instance that combines both. Read more
Consume an other to mutate self into a new instance that combines both. Read more
Consume self and along with an opposite counterpart to return a combined result. Read more
The raw value of self.
Consume self and return two independent instances; the amounts returned will be in approximately the same ratio as first:second. Read more
Consume self and add its two components, defined by the first component’s balance, element-wise to two pre-existing Imbalances. Read more
Consume self and add its two components, defined by the ratio first:second, element-wise to two pre-existing Imbalances. Read more
Consume self and add its two components, defined by the first component’s balance, element-wise into two pre-existing Imbalance refs. Read more
Consume self and add its two components, defined by the ratio first:second, element-wise to two pre-existing Imbalances. Read more
Consume self to mutate other so that it combines both. Just like subsume, only with reversed arguments. Read more
Consume self and maybe an other to return a new instance that combines both. Read more
Maybe consume an other to mutate self into a new instance that combines both. Read more
This method tests for self and other values to be equal, and is used by ==. Read more
This method tests for !=. The default implementation is almost always sufficient, and should not be overridden without very good reason. Read more
Drop an instance cleanly. Only works if its value represents “no-operation”.

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