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If you don't want to manage memory, why are you using any systems language? Python, JS, Go, and any number of other languages will be much kinder to you.

What I meant to say (hence the downvotes...) is that Rust's "borrow checker" is enough of a nuisance that this graph library replaced memory addresses, i.e. pointers, with indexes into an array, effectively creating its own virtual address space.

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