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I like Go, as a statically typed C-style-OOP systems programming language, but it doesn't have generics, and doesn't encourage functional practices. D encourages functional programming, proper OOP and fixes the problems of C and Go while being a better C++, and more productive / less dumb than Java.

While I love Python, it feels too mundane; for everyday tasks I prefer Racket and Factor.

    this bit of chicanery is to prevent me from 
    accidentally dereferencing null pointers
    you might think it's ugly but would you
    rather have segfault or slightly ugly code?

// Just trying to create an array of integers for reference 
// because I keep forgetting how integers look like.

(from here.)

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