Routing Table

Implementation of CIDR routing table in Rust

Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) is a method of allocating IP addresses. This method is used in low-level routing and other Computer Science fields, especially in the Cloud. For example, in AWS, you manage a VPC and subnets. They contain a set of IP ranges in the form of CIDR blocks. As I mentioned earlier, CIDR is used for routing. The main idea of routing is to identify the most exact CIDR block for a given IP address or indicate that such does not exist....

January 29, 2022 · 11 min · Roka

Priority Queue Implementation in Rust

This article will describe a more complex data structure called Priority Queue. We will implement it with a Binary Heap, a data structure that takes the form of a tree. ...

December 30, 2021 · 4 min · Roka

Rust Doubly Linked List Implementation

Doubly Linked List is the next fundamental collection that is useful to understand. It goes further from Singly Linked List by allowing appending elements from both sides, but this comes at the cost of more complex implementation. This article will cover all the details you need to implement this data structure in Rust. ...

December 27, 2021 · 8 min · Roka

Rust Singly Linked List Implementation

Singly Linked List is a fundamental data structure that every developer should implement in Rust. It’s simple enough to be implemented in several lines of code in C++ based languages but has some challenges in Rust implementation. This article will teach you to implement your own Singly Linked List. ...

December 26, 2021 · 8 min · Roka