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Yes, it's good. The one feature I miss though is try blocks.
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Kotlin Language Server puts a warning on this code, because the bar inside the lambda shadows the function argument bar. Flow typing solves this problem by eliminating the need to redefine bar as a new non-nullable variable in the branch where we've verified it's non-nullable.
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Returns true if the given number is even. (by baWedekind)
At least there's an issue tracking it... from a year ago
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A match-like version of the `cfg_if` crate has been added to the standard library
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