Data types and Trait std::iter::Iterator


We are back! On 25th of July 2019, we are going to start our monthly series on introductory rust topics. In particular, Lukas is going to talk about “Data types and Trait std::iter::Iterator”:

* integers, 128-bit integers
* usize
* floating point numbers (IEEE 754)
* bool, char, string
* unit, never
* const declarations
* pointer, references
* struct and enum
* array and vector
* slice, tuple
* type-theoretical properties of rust data types
* comparison with other programming languages
* std::iter::Iterator trait and its methods (zip, map, filter, fold, inspect, comparisons, indexing, sorting, …)

Join us! The talk will be about the fundamentals of rust. However, some knowledge about programming is required. So you are expected to know under which circumstances float/int should [not] be used 😊