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rust - How do I read multiple integers from a single line of stdin?

To learn Rust, I'm looking at things like the HackerRank 30 days challenge, Project Euler, and other programming contests. My first obstacle is to read multiple integers from a single line of stdin.

In C++ I can conveniently say:

cin >> n >> m;

How do I do this idiomatically in Rust?

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The best way, as far as I know, is just to split the input line and then map those to integers, like this:

use std::io;

let mut line = String::new();
io::stdin().read_line(&mut line).expect("Failed to read line");

let inputs: Vec<u32> = line.split(" ")
    .map(|x| x.parse().expect("Not an integer!"))
    .collect();

// inputs is a Vec<u32> of the inputs.

Be aware that this will panic! if the input is invalid; you should instead handle the result values properly if you wish to avoid this.


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