Math with distances in Rust: safety and correctness across units

Summary: Computers weren’t designed to have outside concepts, such as units of length, expressed in their function.
Because of this Rust, being a systems language, also has no concept of it.
But just because the computer runtime has no concept of length o… Read more

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