How to do it...

  1. In the command line, jump one folder up with cd .. so you're not in chapter-one anymore. In the next chapters, we are going to assume that you always started with this step.
  2. Create a Rust project to work on during this chapter with cargo new chapter-two.

  3. Navigate into the newly-created chapter-two folder. For the rest of this chapter, we will assume that your command line is currently in this directory.
  4. Inside the folder src, create a new folder called bin.
  5. Delete the generated lib.rs file, as we are not creating a library.
  6. In the folder src/bin, create a file called vector.rs.
  7. Add the following code blocks to the file and run them with cargo run --bin vector:
1  fn main() {2    // Create a vector with some elements3 let fruits ...

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