The more Rust I write, the less I want to write anything else.
I played with rust once, any tips?
Anything in particular you were stuck with? In general, read The Book all the way through, it's great and should get you going, and also don't get too attached to a solution. You may find your first instinct for a problem is not the best way in Rust - if you're getting frustrated with the compiler, you might need to rethink what you're trying to do instead of trying to appease the compiler into making this thing work.
I was just to busy and never got around learning it.
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