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In the Rust programming language, the vectors are re-sizable arrays. Like slices, the size of the vector is not known at compile-time, but they can grow or shrink at any time. A vector is represented using 3 parameters:

  • Pointer to the data
  • Length
  • Capacity

The capacity represents the memory is reserved for the vector. The vector can grow as long as the length is smaller than the capacity. When this threshold needs to be surpassed, the vector is reallocated with a larger capacity.

Practice these Rust vectors programs to learn the concept of vectors in Rust language, these programs contain the solved code, outputs, and a detailed explanation of the statements, functions used in the Rust vectors programs.


Rust program to create a simple vector
Rust program to find the length of the vector
Rust program to push or insert an item into vector
Rust program to perform the POP operation
Rust program to access vector elements using the index
Rust program to access vector elements using get() function
Rust program to create a vector using the new() method
Rust program to iterate the items of the vector using the \'for\' loop
Rust program to create a vector that can store only integers
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