# Enum plexus::MeshArity

pub enum MeshArity {
Uniform(usize),
NonUniform(usize, usize),
}
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Arity of a compound structure.

MeshArity represents the arity of a compound structure, which may be uniform or non-uniform. This is typically the value-level arity for mesh data structures like MeshGraph and MeshBuffer.

## Variants

### Uniform(usize)

A compound structure has uniform arity if all of its components have the same arity, such as a MeshBuffer composed entirely of trigons.

### NonUniform(usize, usize)

A compound structure has non-uniform arity if the arity of its components differ, such as a MeshGraph composed of trigons and tetragons.

Non-uniform arity is represented as an inclusive range known as an interval. This is the minimum and maximum arity of the components, in that order.

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