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#[start] only applies to executables, not libraries.

#[no_std] means that no part of libstd would be provided. This is typically expected to be used by, say, kernel developers. libstd itself is statically linked (by default) into your built product, so if you want you can compile your Rust library and use it on a system that has never had Rust installed.




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