Reduce function push into array value

I have array of objects: const items = [{ search_type: ‘environment’, search_code: ‘TBA_ENVIRONMENT00002’, asset_code: ‘ASSET00002’ }, { search_type: ‘job’, search_code: ‘TBA_JOB00002’, asset_code: ‘ASSET00002’ }, { search_type: ‘environment’, search_code: ‘TBA_ENVIRONMENT00002’, asset_code: ‘ASSET00004’ }, { search_type: ‘job’, search_code: ‘TBA_JOB00002’, asset_code: ‘ASSET00004’ }, { search_type: ‘job’, search_code: ‘TBA_JOB00003’, asset_code: ‘ASSET00004’ }, { search_type: ‘scene’, search_code: ‘TBA_SCENE00006’, asset_code: ‘ASSET00002’…

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Confusing lifetime issues when returning `impl Fn`

I have been trying to understand some lifetime conflicts relating to a function I’ve written that returns impl Fn. Let’s start at the beginning. I have the following code file that won’t compile: use nom::bytes::complete::is_not; use nom::character::complete::multispace0; use nom::combinator::verify; use nom::error::{ ParseError, VerboseError, }; use nom::sequence::terminated; use nom::IResult; fn one_token<‘a, E>(input: &’a str) -> IResult<&str,…

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