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--- Comment #4 from 2010-04-11 09:02:16 PDT ---
Thinking some more about this I can add:

A possible piece of the Zen of D language: Special cases in the language are
bad, but sometimes they can be acceptable if they turn a consistent behaviour
that can lead to mistakes/bugs into a good compile-time error.

An example of this is disallowing: for(int i;i<10;i++);

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