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By mswatcher
Submitted: Dec 29 2012 / 13:09

One aspect of Rust that’s often confusing to newcomers is its treatment of strings and vectors (also known as arrays or lists). As a result of its focus on systems programming, Rust has a somewhat lower-level concept of a vector than most other languages do. As part of an overall goal to make Rust easy to understand, I thought I’d write up a quick tour of the way other languages’ vectors work from the perspective of the machine in order to make it easier to map these concepts into Rust.
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