It would be very difficult for anyone to argue that one is objectively better than the other. They're both good in their own rights.
Perhaps, one might be better suited than the other given a set of requirements and this is where we can begin to discuss the merits of each tool.
And that's what they are. Tools. Each designed to address specific concerns.
Which one is better: ball-pein hammer or claw hammer?
And that's just what I can list off the top of my head. I am sure many other folks can think of more advantages and disadvantages of each tool.
The point is: evaluate and choose each tool given a set of requirements or priorities. No tool is objectively better than another.
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