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hpr3519 :: Rust 101: Episode 2 - Rolling With the Errors

In this episode, BlacKernel helps you construct a simple dice rolling application in rust.

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Hosted by BlacKernel on 2022-01-27 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
rust, programming, dice, learning. (Be the first).
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Duration: 00:53:54

Programming 101.

A series focusing on concepts and the basics of programming

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Rust-Roller Dice Roller Tutorial Application

This is a simple dice rolling application that follows along with my Hacker Public Radio course on learning the rust programming language.

I will attempt to make the commits follow the episodes pretty closely with one commit after every episode with the episode number in the commit message.


rust-roller <number-of-dice> <number-of-sides-per-die>


Dice: <value-of-die-1> <value-of-die-2> ...

Total: <sum-of-all-dice-values>

List of Episodes

Rust 101: Episode 0 - What in Tarnishing?

Rust 101: Episode 1 - Hello, World!

Rust 101: Episode 2 - Rolling With the Errors

Contact Info:

at blackernel at nixnet dot social

izzyleibowitz at pm dot me


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