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Get a little Rusty

Been playing around with Rust lang and I have to say I am starting to really enjoy it as a low level programming language.  Its kinda cool to have some modern functionality from the beginning.  Now as a software developer I can get excited but what about being a test developer.  One should probably think those are the same thing.  Well I wont start up that argument but I tend to believe they are one in the same.

Lets do some basic coding. We can create us a new library called test_example.
$ cargo new test_example
This will create you a basic structure for a project. Included will be a src directory. Underneath that you will see You can open this up in your favorite text editor and see something that looks like. #[cfg(test)] mod test { #[test] fn it_works() { } } So you could run this right now and get some passing tests. $ cargo test Lets simplify what we are looking a little more. Change your to look like. pub fn truthy() -> bool { return …