I made my first Rust program... it's vec'ing hard!

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  • rust-decryptor

    Rust program to decrypt PKCS#8 encrypted data

    Ultimately the resulting code was pretty neat and just 100 lines of code which I think is respectable for the program that I wanted to create (source code) (would like to hear from proper rustaceans how it looks 🙈)

  • crates.io

    The Rust package registry

    You can find third-party crates on crates.io or on lib.rs. lib.rs is an alternate frontend to crates.io (the listed crates are the same). IMO, lib.rs has a nicer UI and does a better job of ranking search results.

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  • book

    The Rust Programming Language

    In conclusion, ChatGPT is still far from be able to give good guidance in writing effective Rust code. If you really went to write Rust code, you will be better served by reading The Book first.

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