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I've been learning Rust for the past 3 months and now comparing it with my experience of learning C++ I definitely think it's a lot more difficult. There are just so many rules that you need to have a good understanding of to efficiently program in Rust, including(but not limited to): ownership, the borrow checker, cargo, lifetimes, traits, generics, closures, unsafe rust, etc. Not to forget all the concepts that Rust has inherited from C++. However this could be because I've been following the book and it does go into a lot of detail. Comment your opinion.

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Thanks for all the feedback, its been most helpful and enjoyable!

I also must say that after hearing what r/rust has to say I have revoked my opinion as I have realized that I myself am not yet fully informed about the deep complexities of C++ and therefore have made an un-educated opinion. After I finish learning from the book I plan to revisit C++ in hopes of developing a more thorough understanding. Thanks again.

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