The first step is to install Rust. First of all, download Rust through rustup which is a command line tool for managing all the Rust versions and its associated tools.
Rust Installation in Windows
After running this command, you should see the version number, commit hash, and commit date.
If you do, it means Rust has been installed successfully. Congratulations!!!
Note: Installation of visual studio with C++ tools is mandatory to run the rust program.
Rust Installation in Linux or macOS
If you are using Linux or macOS, open a terminal then use the following command:
After installation, you need a linker. When you try to run your Rust program, you will get the error that a linker could not execute. It means that the linker is not installed in your system. C compilers always come up with the correct compiler. Install a C compiler. Also, some of the Rust packages depends upon the C code and will need a C compiler.
Updating & Uninstalling
Update: After you have installed your Rust through "rustup", updating to the latest version. Run the following command to update to the latest version:
Uninstall: If you want to uninstall your Rust then runs the following command from the shell: