How to print the elements of a Vec<u32> in a single line seperated by white space?

I am a beginner programmer in Rust and have some background in python3. I want to print the elements of a Vec in a single line seperated by white spaces. I've tried using println!("{:?}", vector ) and also println!("{:#?}", vector) but these prints the elements comma seperated within square brackets. Is there any rust equivalance of the following python3 code print(*list)

You could start by trying to use print! instead of println! and a for loop.

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for el in &vector {
     print!("{} ", el);
}
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With “use itertools::Itertools;” (using the popular itertools crate), you could do

println!("{}", vector.iter().format(" "));

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Or, if the element type only implements Debug, you can do

println!("{:?}", vector.iter().format(" "));

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