Learn about the basics of traits in Rust and some issues you'll run into most often. A trait is a way to define shared behavior in Rust. Traits are the abstract mechanism for adding functionality to Types or it tells Rust compiler about functionality a type must provide.
When learning Rust, it’s likely that you’ll run into the concept of traits sooner rather than later.
Traits allow us to share behavior across types and facilitates code reuse. They also enable us to write functions that accept different types for their arguments, as long as the type implements the required behavior in the form of a trait.
In this tutorial, we’ll go over the basics of traits in Rust and cover some issues you’ll run into most often.
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