pub fn digit1<T, E: ParseError<T>>(input: T) -> IResult<T, T, E> where
    T: InputTakeAtPosition,
    <T as InputTakeAtPosition>::Item: AsChar
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Recognizes one or more ASCII numerical characters: 0-9

Complete version: Will return an error if there’s not enough input data, or the whole input if no terminating token is found (a non digit character).


fn parser(input: &str) -> IResult<&str, &str> {

assert_eq!(parser("21c"), Ok(("c", "21")));
assert_eq!(parser("c1"), Err(Err::Error(Error::new("c1", ErrorKind::Digit))));
assert_eq!(parser(""), Err(Err::Error(Error::new("", ErrorKind::Digit))));

Parsing an integer

You can use digit1 in combination with map_res to parse an integer:

fn parser(input: &str) -> IResult<&str, u32> {
  map_res(digit1, str::parse)(input)
assert_eq!(parser("416"), Ok(("", 416)));
assert_eq!(parser("12b"), Ok(("b", 12)));