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Corker of a line from stephendiehl.com/posts/exotic0

“And the story of computation has been about the evolution of this very novel and peculiar form of human expression we call code. I suspect being a programmer in the 21st century must be like what being a royal scribe was like in Ancient Egypt in 3200 BCE. There’s this new modality of communication that most of the population is unaware of, yet it’s existence simultaneously enables commerce, culture and civilization to flourish.”

@mala “C as Latin” is going to stay with me, too

@mala hec, OCaml's modules look really intersting. are they basically just structs??
Are there languages where the modules really are just structs? The only ones I'm aware of are Lua and Zig...

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