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On 1/19/2018 10:45 PM, Elias Hogstvedt wrote:
Can you elaborate regardless? It introduces 1 more type, removes the vararg type and some functions that deals with var args. The end result are less lua functions and fewer exceptions to remember.

Who uses @ as vararg? Who uses ... as vararg?

Why hasn't Perl 6 taken the world by storm?

How many coders have all of C++ at the tip of their fingers?

Cognitive loads.


On Fri, Jan 19, 2018 at 12:50 PM, KHMan wrote:

    On 1/19/2018 6:26 PM, Elias Hogstvedt wrote:

        Lua was my first language and the language I've been using
        the most for 10~ years. I want to point this out becuase I
        don't want to be the guy who's coming from X language that
        want changes in Lua because it's different from his
        favorite language. I'm not really expecting any change but
        it's fun to think about language design and I'm looking
        for feedback.

    [snip snip snip]

        I believe this would simplify and make the language easier
        to understand.



    (That's all I'm going to say, ha ha. :-p I'll leave it to
    others to argue it out.)

Kein-Hong Man (esq.)
Selangor, Malaysia