re: Why do some languages disrupt some common and habitual conventions? VIEW POST


First of all, I think you are only familiar with only a few of programming languages and paradigms, there are other types of languages beside c-style.

Go will feel familiar in some places, and very strange in others. This happens because it is the only language (I know) that unifies the two branches of languages that started from Algol (Pascal and C). Steve Garcia explains it better than I could ever do:


Yeah, I am mostly familiar with C-style languages, so this makes sense

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