is go a good fit when i dont wanna deal with the messiness of cpp, the strictness of rust, the untypesafeness of python, the forced-oop of java?

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    A Commander for modern Go CLI interactions

    Also, while the flag package is nice, you may want to check out cobra.

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    Absolutely yes. And if CLIs are your main use case, I would suggest checking out https://github.com/charmbracelet/bubbletea .

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  • TinyGo

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