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Memory management in Rust, Part 1: Ownership

InfoWorld | Jun 29, 2022

Rust’s memory management model uses a concept called “ownership”, where a given object in memory can only be handled by a single variable at a time, and the programmer must be explicit about how ownership is held and transferred. This video introduces the concept of ownership and gives some basic examples of how it operates.

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