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This crate allows you to combine multiple Result types and return either a tuple containing all of their results, or a Vec of any errors which occurred. It is useful when you want to provide an error message for all errors rather than simply returning the first error.

Generics are used to support Result<T, E> for any types of T and E. The Ok types of the combined results are NOT required to be the same, but all of the Err types must be the same.

The Documentation


use multi_try::MultiTry;

struct A {
    b: Result<i32, MyErr>,
    c: Result<i64, MyErr>,
    d: Result<f32, MyErr>,

struct ValidatedA {
    b: i32,
    c: i64,
    d: f32,

enum MyErr {

fn validate(a: A) -> Result<ValidatedA, Vec<MyErr>> {
    let (b, c, d) = a.b.and_try(a.c).and_try(a.d)?;

    Ok(ValidatedA { b, c, d })

Check the tests directory for additional examples.


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Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in the work by you, as defined in the Apache-2.0 license, shall be dual licensed as above, without any additional terms or conditions.

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