The number one problem that makes a bad language is pitfalls. I define pitfalls as potential bugs that tend to get exposed only after they've done some damage. Usually because:
There are other reasons to not like a language, but most of them are a matter of personal taste. But I think everyone would agree that pitfalls are bad.
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