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Rust in Action introduces the Rust programming language by exploring numerous systems programming concepts and techniques.You'll be learning Rust by delving into how computers work under the hood. You'll find yourself playing with persistent storage, memory, networking and even tinkering with CPU instructions. The book takes you through using Rust to extend other applications and teaches you tricks to write blindingly fast code. You'll also discover parallel and concurrent programming. Filled to the brim with real-life use-cases and scenarios, you'll go beyond the Rust syntax and see what Rust has to offer in real-world use cases.
rustdocto Render Docs For a Single Source File
cargto Render Docs for a Crate and its Dependencies
f32values between 0 and 1 from random bytes
actionkvv0.1: an in-memory key-value store with a command line interface
actionkvv0.1 front-end code
libactionkvfull code listing
HashMapand populating it with values
clockv0.1.0: Teaching an application how to tell the time
clockv0.1.1: Formatting timestamps to comply with ISO 8601 and email standards
clockv0.1.0 code to support wider architecture
clockv0.1.1 code listing
clockv0.1.2: Setting the time
clockv0.1.2 Full code listing
clockv0.1.3 Resolving differences between clocks with the Network Time Protocol (NTP)
clockv0.1.3 full code listing
render-hexand its intended output
_start(), the FledgeOS "main()" function
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