pub trait UIntLike: BitAnd<Output = Self> + BitOr<Output = Self> + BitOrAssign + Not<Output = Self> + Eq + Shr<usize, Output = Self> + Shl<usize, Output = Self> + Copy + Clone + Debug {
    // Required method
    fn zero() -> Self;
}
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Trait representing the base type of registers.

UIntLike defines basic properties of types required to read/write/modify a register through its methods and supertrait requirements.

It features a range of default implementations for common unsigned integer types, such as u8, u16, u32, u64, u128, and usize.

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fn zero() -> Self

Return the representation of the value 0 in the implementing type.

This can be used to acquire values of the UIntLike type, even in generic implementations. For instance, to get the value 1, one can use <T as UIntLike>::zero() + 1. To get the largest representable value, use a bitwise negation: ~(<T as UIntLike>::zero()).

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This trait is not object safe.

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impl UIntLike for u8

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fn zero() -> Self

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impl UIntLike for u16

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fn zero() -> Self

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impl UIntLike for u32

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fn zero() -> Self

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impl UIntLike for u64

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fn zero() -> Self

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impl UIntLike for u128

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fn zero() -> Self

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impl UIntLike for usize

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fn zero() -> Self

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