Zig cookbook: collection of simple Zig programs that demonstrate good practices

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Zig cookbook is a collection of simple Zig programs that demonstrate good practices to accomplish common programming tasks.

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Each recipe is accompanied by an illustrative example named after its corresponding sequence number. These examples can be executed using the command zig build run-{chapter-num}-{sequence-num}, or zig build run-all to execute all.

Currently both 0.11.0 and master are supported to run those recipes.
Some example may depend on system libraries, use make install-deps to install them.

Note: Some recipes can’t compile in 0.11.0, so they are skipped.

This cookbook is a work in progress, and we welcome contributions from the community. If you have a favorite recipe that you’d like to share, please submit a pull request.

When working on zig-cookbook, we benefit a lot from several similar projects, thanks for their awesome work.

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The markdown files are licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 DEED, and zig files are under MIT.


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