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The rust programming language is becoming more and more relevant, yet an example for the NVDA controller client is missing.

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Add a rust example, based on a workspace with two crates:

nvda-bindgen, containing the logic to create rust bindings based on nvdaController.h
nvda, rustified bindings to the nvda-bindgen crate


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