reverses all collected input from arguments or stdin lines, then outputs it (configurably) line by line to stdout
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README.md

reverse

Collects input, reverses it, then outputs it.

Usage

From arguments:

$ reverse 1 2 3 4
4
3
2
1

From standard input:

$ find . | reverse

Standard input is read line by line, unlike arguments. The two cannot be combined.

Build

Requires rust and cargo installed:

$ cargo build --release

The outputted binary will be ./target/release/reverse.

Customise behaviour

There are several compile-time flags. See ./Cargo.toml for the description of each one.

To build with custom features:

$ cargo build --release --no-default-features --features <your feature>,...

License

Public domain.

This is a toy project I used to play around with what I could do with slice patterns in Rust.