Function arrow::compute::shift

pub fn shift(
    array: &dyn Array,
    offset: i64
) -> Result<Arc<dyn Array>, ArrowError>
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Shifts array by defined number of items (to left or right) A positive value for offset shifts the array to the right a negative value shifts the array to the left.

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let a: Int32Array = vec![Some(1), None, Some(4)].into();

// shift array 1 element to the right
let res = shift(&a, 1).unwrap();
let expected: Int32Array = vec![None, Some(1), None].into();
assert_eq!(res.as_ref(), &expected);

// shift array 1 element to the left
let res = shift(&a, -1).unwrap();
let expected: Int32Array = vec![None, Some(4), None].into();
assert_eq!(res.as_ref(), &expected);

// shift array 0 element, although not recommended
let res = shift(&a, 0).unwrap();
let expected: Int32Array = vec![Some(1), None, Some(4)].into();
assert_eq!(res.as_ref(), &expected);

// shift array 3 element to the right
let res = shift(&a, 3).unwrap();
let expected: Int32Array = vec![None, None, None].into();
assert_eq!(res.as_ref(), &expected);