Rust has a different construct for creating arrays.
Rust Generics is a language feature for code reuse in multiple contexts using different actual types for Structs, Functions, Methods, and Enums. Moreover, they allow for concise and clean codes
Understanding what references are in Rust and how to use them is crucial. A reference is a pointer to a memory location. A location where the data we’re interested in
Errors are a part of Software, and Rust has features to terminate an application using the panic macro and handle failures gracefully with the Result enum. These Rust’s features are
Have you been looking for a Rust IDE? Unfortunately, there are no IDEs specifically written for Rust. There are, however, Rust IDE plugins (or extensions) for IntelliJ IDEA and Visual
There are two ways to install Rust on Windows 10. Through rust-init.exe and curl within the Windows Subsystem for Linux. This post uses that .exe file.
By default, IntelliJ IDEA does not support Rust. However, there is a plugin that we can use to start programming in the IDE.
Rust does not support NULL unlike other modern programming languages like Java. Actually, it does not have NULL or null keyword. However, it provides an enum Option used in similar way to Java 8 Optional.
In Rust, we can use the to_string() and format! functions
In Rust, we can use the eq(), eq_ignore_ascii_case() , and == .