I'm currently learning Rust, and an important part of that is to get people who know what they're talking about to look at my code. When learning C++, I found this feedback to be vital even on only a few programs since it quickly pointed out some obvious errors that I was making, but would have taken a long time to catch had they not been pointed out. I tried posting one of my practice programs to Stack Exchange's code review, but several weeks later no one has responded, probably because Rust has unfortunately not reached a big level of popularity yet so there were no qualified and interested people seeing that question. As such, I ask: where can I put my short programs (<500 lines, ~100 lines average) to get them reviewed by someone who knows what they're talking about?
Without relying on any humans, you can get code reviewed by clippy:
cargo clippy cargo clippy -- -W clippy::pedantic
(you may need to run
rustup component add clippy first)
You can post them here, I'd love to help, and I'm sure others here would as well
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