Sunday, April 12, 2015

New tutorial - arrays and vectors in Rust

I've just put up a new tutorial on Rust for C++ programmers: arrays and vectors. This covers everything you might need to know about array-like sequences in Rust (well, not everything, but at least some of the things).

As well as the basics on arrays, slices, and vectors (Vec), I dive into the differences in representing arrays in Rust compared with C/C++, describe how to use Rust's indexing syntax with your own collection types, and touch on some aspects of dynamically sized types (DSTs) and fat pointers in Rust.

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