Learn how to implement a better way of error handling in your development using Rust’s safer Result enum and pattern matching.
It seems like languages built in the last decade are following a common trend: down with object-oriented models, and in with functional programming (FP).
Web developers may have seen the FP pattern emerge in modern frontend frameworks like React using their hooks model. But moving to Rust, you’ll see how powerful FP can be when you build an entire programming language around it — and the approach to the
null are just the tip of the iceberg!
Let’s explore the flaws of throwing and catching exceptions, what Rust’s
Result enum and pattern matching can do for you, and how this extends to handling
try...catchblocks in Rust
Resultenum and pattern matching
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