The Rant Standard Library contains many useful and some essential functions that are natively implemented in the Rant runtime itself.
Below is a list of broad categories that standard library features fall under:
Functions which fall under no specific category or are widely useful go here.
Functions for performing conditional branching, setting attributes, and other forms of control flow.
Functions that read from, manipulate, or create new collections.
Functions for generating various types of values, often using randomization.
Functions for changing the output formatting.
Functions for working with strings.
Functions for performing boolean algebra.
Functions for comparing values to each other.
Various arithmetic functions.
Functions for converting values to other types.
Functions for testing values against various criteria.
Functions for verifying program state and function output.
Special constant values, such as the language version in use.