This crate helps you to declare a constant
U256 in an easy way. No need to wrap the integer literal around double quotes.
use primitive_types::U256; use u256_literal::u256; const Q96: U256 = u256!(0x1000000000000000000000000); // support hex style integer let x = u256!(0x1234ff); // support normal style let y = u256!(987654); // support float style number let z = u256!(1.23e18);
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