Java programmers are having to come to terms with this. Python programmers sort of have, except that BDFL has failed to accept the correct end point and still likes loops. Scala has done it all wrong. (Further opinions available on request :-)


Could you provide some sample Scala code to demonstrate what you mean? Just because it is not clear to me what this is about. Thanks.
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