pub enum SqliteType {
    Binary,
    Text,
    Float,
    Double,
    SmallInt,
    Integer,
    Long,
}
Available on crate feature sqlite only.
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Determines how a bind parameter is given to SQLite

Diesel deals with bind parameters after serialization as opaque blobs of bytes. However, SQLite instead has several functions where it expects the relevant C types.

The variants of this struct determine what bytes are expected from ToSql impls.

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Binary

Bind using sqlite3_bind_blob

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Text

Bind using sqlite3_bind_text

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Float

bytes should contain an f32

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Double

bytes should contain an f64

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SmallInt

bytes should contain an i16

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Integer

bytes should contain an i32

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Long

bytes should contain an i64

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