Package ricons implements random icon generator framework
Yeah the Data-Driven part is obvious but the development/design... Approach? Way?
Serendipitous in some sort of a backwards-way that I have personally already gone that way ~a decade ago, with even func/interface-first, and the first example I found is https://github.com/drbig/ricons/blob/master/ricons.go#L57-L5... (it's an example, sorry).
As usual the devil is in the balancing, as in most languages functions won't be data but code. Unless Lisp (...that statement is superficial; homoiconicity is the word).
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