Why is rust the most popular language for stack overflow?


Reddit recently launched a discussion: why do you like rust? How to persuade others to use rust? There are several answers:

  1. Cargo, pattern matching, iterator, fearless concurrency, rayon, traits system, performance;
  2. The installation under windows is very convenient, high-performance, cargo, usually more effective compilation error prompt, enums and pattern matching, memory security, and declarative programming through iterator without sacrificing performance;
  3. Memory management is similar to C + +, but rather than preparing you for unexpected program execution, rust’s powerful compiler will help and guide you to write safe code.

So, will you still refuse to like rust? What are the specific reasons why you like it?

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