Rust: Memory Management

Rust is an amazing low-level language that empowers users to work directly with memory. It provides developers with both thread-safety and memory safety, which are fantastic features. This post is all about working with memory in Rust and covers interesting topics such as the stack, heap, and the .clone() method. Rust keeps its promise of ensuring memory safety to developers through its ownership system. Unlike other systems languages that rely on garbage collection or require manual memory management, Rust intelligently manages memory through a system of ownership rules that the program must follow in order to compile....

November 27, 2023 · 11 min · 2225 words