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We are interested in implementing R programming language for statistics and data science.
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This subreddit is dedicated to discussion of programming languages, programming language theory, design, their syntax and compilers. Post your ideas and get constructive criticism.
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A place for all things related to the Rust programming language—an open-source systems language that emphasizes performance, reliability, and productivity.
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Ask questions and post articles about the Go programming language and related tools, events etc.
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Computer Science Theory and Application. We share and discuss any content that computer scientists find interesting. People from all walks of life welcome, including hackers, hobbyists, professionals, and academics.
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The Haskell programming language community. Daily news and info about all things Haskell related: practical stuff, theory, types, libraries, jobs, patches, releases, events and conferences and more...
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News about the programming language Python. If you have something to teach others post here. If you have questions or are a newbie use r/learnpython
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News, Technical discussions, research papers and assorted things of interest related to the Java programming language NO programming help, NO learning Java related questions, NO installing or downloading Java questions, NO JVM languages - Exclusively Java!
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All about the 𝚓𝚊𝚟𝚊𝚜𝚌𝚛𝚒𝚙𝚝 programming language!
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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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