100 Days of Rust : Day 6 (Ownership)

When I started reading about Ownership, I was thinking

I have done C. I understand memory

But Rust book explains :

If you are familiar with systems programming, you might think of memory at a low level like “memory is an array of bytes” or “memory is the pointers I get back from malloc”. .. The low-level model is too concrete to explain how Rust works. Rust does not allow you to interpret memory as an array of bytes, for instance.

Reading further, I’m so glad rust does not allow “manual memory management” (like malloc and free in C)

Learnt about Cloning avoids Moves Useful when we need to reference the “original” data after it the ownership is moved

.clone create a copy (which is used to move the oownership,leaving the original intact)