Learning Rust as a second language

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    The Rust Programming Language

    I should say, though, that I’m a bit intimidated when I see people say that Rust is much tougher than the languages I’m used to and that it’s aimed at experienced programmers. Would I need to brush up a bit and learn more about C, C++, and low-level concepts in general (to get a better understanding of why Rust even exists) or would I be better off just jumping straight into Rust? (by going through the Rust book, which seems be the most recommend resource)

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