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RUST Data Types

RUST support the below primitive data types:

Primitive data types Supported By RUST:

  • bool
  • char
  • Signed int
  • Unsigned int
  • Integer
  • Float & Double

Other data types Supported By RUST:

  • Array
  • Tuple
  • Slice
  • String

Boolean Data Type Example:

fn main() {
    let is_Available= true;
    let explcit_Is_Available:bool = true;
    println!("is_Available: {}", is_Available);

Char Data Type Example:

fn main() {
    let letter = 'a';
    let sigma = 'Σ';
    let emoji = '❤';
    let coffee = '☕';
    println!("{}", letter);
    println!("{}", sigma);
    println!("{}", emoji);
    println!("{}", coffee);

Float & Double Example:

fn main() {
    let float:f32 = 3.123456;
    let double:f64 = 3.123456789012345;
    println!("Float: (6 digit precision) {}", float);
    println!("Double: (15 digit precision) {}", double);

Integer Example:

fn main() {
    let number:u8 = 256;
    println!("u8: {}", number);

Integer Types in Rust



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