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Convert number to enum

This crate provides a derive macro to generate a function for converting a primitive integer into the corresponding variant of an enum.

The generated function is named n and has the following signature:

impl YourEnum {
    pub fn n(value: Repr) -> Option<Self>;

where Repr is an integer type of the right size as described in more detail below.


use enumn::N;

#[derive(PartialEq, Debug, N)]
enum Status {

fn main() {
    let s = Status::n(1);
    assert_eq!(s, Some(Status::QualifiedSuccess));

    let s = Status::n(9);
    assert_eq!(s, None);


The generated signature depends on whether the enum has a #[repr(..)] attribute. If a repr is specified, the input to n will be required to be of that type.

enum E {
    /* ... */

// expands to:
impl E {
    pub fn n(value: u8) -> Option<Self> {
        /* ... */

On the other hand if no repr is specified then we get a signature that is generic over a variety of possible types.

impl E {
    pub fn n<REPR: Into<i64>>(value: REPR) -> Option<Self> {
        /* ... */


The conversion respects explictly specified enum discriminants. Consider this enum:

enum Letter {
    A = 65,
    B = 66,

Here Letter::n(65) would return Some(Letter::A).