Marvinrivera1234

fn main(verbase {
    println!("Hello, world!");





fn main(--verbose) {
    println!("Hello, world!");

fn main() {
    println!("Hello, world!");
}

(Playground)

What is the question?

You are doing fine.
Third time is the charm.

fn main() {
  println!("High there.");
}

Baby steps. You can do it. If I can figure it out, anybody can. Keep up the good work.

I suppose, OP just clicked the Open a new thread in the Rust user forum button in the playground.

By the way, the --verbose sounds like you were trying to follow the suggestion

To learn more, run the command again with --verbose.

This is however (currently) not possible in the playground. You can only use the --verbose flag when you call cargo check locally in your command line. It doesn’t provide much useful information anyways though. The message comes from cargo and all that --verbose would do is to tell you what rustc commands were called internally.

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It can be tough, learning. For me, I know almost zero people that can program in any language at all. None in Rust. So I am fully on my own. I assume others in the same boat. I hope Marvin can get past the hardest part; figuring out how to get a system together that you can use to edit files, and output, test, debug binaries. Then the coding part can be learned.