@email@example.com Well that’s one example (the typing system) where I find it has a nice balance too. You don’t have to declare every variable’s type, the compiler will infer this pretty much most of the time. The only time I define types are structs, interfaces and global variables or a locally scoped variable I intend to assign later.
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