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The Rust SGX SDK Standard Library

The Rust SGX standard library (previously named as sgx_tstdc) is the foundation of portable Rust SGX SDK, a set of minimal and battle-tested shared abstractions for the Rust SGX ecosystem. Similar to Rust's libstd, it offers core types, like [Vec<T>] and [Option<T>], library-defined operations on language primitives, standard macros, [I/O] and [multithreading], among [many other things][other].

std is available to all Rust crates by default, just as if each one contained an extern crate sgx_tstd as std; import at the [crate root]. Therefore the standard library can be accessed in [use] statements through the path std, as in [use std::env], or in expressions through the absolute path ::std, as in [::std::env::args].