Function nom::sequence::pair

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pub fn pair<I, O1, O2, E: ParseError<I>, F, G>(
    first: F,
    second: G
) -> impl FnMut(I) -> IResult<I, (O1, O2), E> where
    F: Parser<I, O1, E>,
    G: Parser<I, O2, E>, 
Expand description

Gets an object from the first parser, then gets another object from the second parser.


  • first The first parser to apply.
  • second The second parser to apply.
use nom::sequence::pair;
use nom::bytes::complete::tag;

let mut parser = pair(tag("abc"), tag("efg"));

assert_eq!(parser("abcefg"), Ok(("", ("abc", "efg"))));
assert_eq!(parser("abcefghij"), Ok(("hij", ("abc", "efg"))));
assert_eq!(parser(""), Err(Err::Error(("", ErrorKind::Tag))));
assert_eq!(parser("123"), Err(Err::Error(("123", ErrorKind::Tag))));