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I like Go, as a statically typed C-style-OOP systems programming language, but it doesn't have generics, and doesn't encourage functional practices. D encourages functional programming, proper OOP and fixes the problems of C and Go while being a better C++, and more productive / less dumb than Java.
/* this bit of chicanery is to prevent me from accidentally dereferencing null pointers you might think it's ugly but would you rather have segfault or slightly ugly code? */
// Just trying to create an array of integers for reference // because I keep forgetting how integers look like.
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