This library is inspired by functional programming - Clojure (by logic-building)

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  • Go 1.18 Released
    20 projects | | 15 Mar 2022
    >> By introducing a single generic, you could reduce it from 500 lines to 20

    No one is writing 500 lines of code - just as when you use the generics syntax you don’t write the code that is generated by the compiler in response.

    You could save about 10 lines, specifically these 10:

    You would still need the comparable ~40 lines of “generic” code:

    20 projects | | 15 Mar 2022
    earlv 17th century

    >> instead of actually giving a shit about the perspectives of those who disagree with you

    Now i resent that because i took the time to try and steelman your bad argument.

    >> they couldn't be without copy/pasting their implementation for every single array type you wanted to implement them for

    Not true, as i said there’s always been options for this:

    >> if we need them to be generic over argument types - in the absolute worst case (so not using go generate to help us here or an interface…

    Behind the scenes in the compiler, the syntactic sugar of generics are ultimately performing what you would do with “go generate“.

    >> in every project that wants to use them

    I don’t follow, why aren’t we allowed to create a library for code reuse like has done for example?


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