Stroustrup’s Rule and Layering Over Time in Rust

Programming language experts like to claim that syntax doesn’t matter, that semantics is all that counts. Don’t believe them! They’re overrotating on a common, pre-rigorous misunderstanding of language design as superficially aesthetic. The study of seman…

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