This comment seems to be a harsh generalization and proves the point of my article. I don’t think you should throw out the entire language or tell others what to learn just because you don’t like it. If no good software can be built in a language, then it’s fair to question it’s existence. However, if there are hundreds of pieces of functional software in a language then don’t completely write it off.
There is perfectly functional programs written in Brainfuck, doesn't mean it's a good idea.
Once again, many tools can achieve the same results.
And everybody is free to choose whichever tools they like.
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