ParallelIterator module makes it easy to write parallel
programs using an iterator-style interface. To get access to all
the methods you want, the easiest is to write
use rayon::prelude::*; at the top of your module, which will import
the various traits and methods you need.
The submodules of this module mostly just contain implementaton
details of little interest to an end-user. If you'd like to read
the code itself, the
internal module and
README.md file are a
good place to start.
Internal traits and functions used to implement parallel
iteration. These should be considered highly unstable: users of
parallel iterators should not need to interact with them directly.
A trait for parallel iterators items where the precise number of items is not known, but we can at least give an upper-bound. These sorts of iterators result from filtering.
A trait for parallel iterators items where the precise number of items is known. This occurs when e.g. iterating over a vector. Knowing precisely how many items will be produced is very useful.
An iterator that supports "random access" to its data, meaning that you can split it at arbitrary indices and draw data from those points.
Parallel extensions for strings.