It is not that I like pan-syntax. What I really like is syntax-independence,
but we are still very far from it :)

When facing uncertainties, I would say that one's natural reaction is to 
keep
the options open.

On Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 2:24:08 PM UTC-5, August Alm wrote:
>
> I realize it may have sounded as if I like the feature of being able to 
> write the same thing in a multitude of ways. I don't. It's something both 
> Scala and ATS have in common and that I think it's problematic. In both 
> Haskell and C the are many ways of doing things, but not many ways/styles 
> of writing.

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