Using unwrap() in Rust is Okay

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    That you have been on this since 2016(!) and that not much of the opinion changed is nice to know. It was that exact issue that I found when I first ran into "should I deny unwrap()?" and your justifications then were already enough for me to accept the nuance of "not really, but be careful".

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