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What it means to be an expression-oriented language, and how that works out in Rust. Notes Rust is an expression-oriented language. What does that mean, and how does it play out in Rust? We look at if and match blocks, discuss looping constructs, and examine functions, and then widen out to discuss how having an expression-oriented language can change the way we think about programming. Sponsors * Aleksey Pirogue * Chris Palmer * Derek Morr * Hamza Sheikh * Lachlan Collins * Leif Arne Storset * Luca Schmid * Micael Bergeron * Pascal * Ralph Giles (“gillian”) * Ralph “FriarTech” Loizzo * reddraggone9 * Ryan Oleos * William Roe Become a sponsor * Patreon.com/newrustacean * Venmo.com/chriskrycho * Dwolla.com/hub/chriskrycho * Cash.me/$chriskrycho Contact * New Rustacean: - Twitter: @newrustacean - Email: hello@newrustacean.com * Chris Krycho - GitHub: chriskrycho - Twitter: @chriskrycho