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```//! Operators traits and structures.
pub use std::ops::{Add, AddAssign, Div, DivAssign, Mul, MulAssign, Neg, Rem, Sub, SubAssign};
#[cfg(feature = "decimal")]
use decimal::d128;

use num::Num;
use num_complex::Complex;

/// Trait implemented by types representing abstract operators.
pub trait Operator: Copy {
/// Returns the structure that identifies the operator.
fn operator_token() -> Self;
}

/// Trait used to define the inverse element relative to the given operator.
///
/// The operator, e.g., `Multiplicative` or `Additive`, is identified by the type parameter `O`.
pub trait Inverse<O: Operator>: Sized {
/// Returns the inverse of `self`, relative to the operator `O`.
fn inverse(&self) -> Self;

/// In-place inversin of `self`.
#[inline]
fn inverse_mut(&mut self) {
*self = self.inverse()
}
}

/*
*
* Implementations.
*
*/

#[derive(Clone, Copy)]
/// The addition operator, commonly symbolized by `+`.

#[derive(Clone, Copy)]
/// The multiplication operator, commonly symbolized by `×`.
pub struct Multiplicative;

#[derive(Clone, Copy)]
/// The default abstract operator.
pub struct AbstractOperator;

#[inline]
fn operator_token() -> Self {
}
}

impl Operator for Multiplicative {
#[inline]
fn operator_token() -> Self {
Multiplicative
}
}

impl Operator for AbstractOperator {
#[inline]
fn operator_token() -> Self {
AbstractOperator
}
}

(\$(\$T:ty),* \$(,)*) => {\$(
fn inverse(&self) -> Self {
-*self
}
}
)*}
);

impl_additive_inverse!(i8, i16, i32, i64, isize, f32, f64);
#[cfg(feature = "decimal")]

#[inline]
fn inverse(&self) -> Complex<N> {
Complex {
re: self.re.inverse(),
im: self.im.inverse(),
}
}
}

impl Inverse<Multiplicative> for f32 {
#[inline]
fn inverse(&self) -> f32 {
1.0 / self
}
}

impl Inverse<Multiplicative> for f64 {
#[inline]
fn inverse(&self) -> f64 {
1.0 / self
}
}

#[cfg(feature = "decimal")]
impl Inverse<Multiplicative> for d128 {
#[inline]
fn inverse(&self) -> d128 {
d128!(1.0) / self
}
}

impl<N: Num + Clone + ClosedNeg> Inverse<Multiplicative> for Complex<N> {
#[inline]
fn inverse(&self) -> Self {
self.inv()
}
}

/// [Alias] Trait alias for `Add` and `AddAsign` with result of type `Self`.

/// [Alias] Trait alias for `Sub` and `SubAsign` with result of type `Self`.
pub trait ClosedSub<Right = Self>: Sized + Sub<Right, Output = Self> + SubAssign<Right> {}

/// [Alias] Trait alias for `Mul` and `MulAsign` with result of type `Self`.
pub trait ClosedMul<Right = Self>: Sized + Mul<Right, Output = Self> + MulAssign<Right> {}

/// [Alias] Trait alias for `Div` and `DivAsign` with result of type `Self`.
pub trait ClosedDiv<Right = Self>: Sized + Div<Right, Output = Self> + DivAssign<Right> {}

/// [Alias] Trait alias for `Neg` with result of type `Self`.
pub trait ClosedNeg: Sized + Neg<Output = Self> {}

where
{
}
impl<T, Right> ClosedSub<Right> for T
where
T: Sub<Right, Output = T> + SubAssign<Right>,
{
}
impl<T, Right> ClosedMul<Right> for T
where
T: Mul<Right, Output = T> + MulAssign<Right>,
{
}
impl<T, Right> ClosedDiv<Right> for T
where
T: Div<Right, Output = T> + DivAssign<Right>,
{
}
impl<T> ClosedNeg for T
where
T: Neg<Output = T>,
{
}
```