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Alex Doroshenko

Yes, final statement is returned. Actually, almost anything with a block in Rust yields a final block statement as a value, so it's possible, for example, write something like let x = if y < 0 { -y } else { y };

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Heiko Dudzus Author

That's quite common in functional programming, btw. When I read about Rust in early 2016, the most impressive and likeable idea was borrowing. And, of course, pattern matching. I like to see some Rust here.