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July 19, 2017


If C is really too hard and you need Rust to manage memory for you, if managing the lifetime of your data is too difficult, how could you possibly handle data that changes type at runtime?

Why isn't that too complex?

People talk about how great C++ and Java are, but there is literally nothing preventing someone from subclassing one of your types to break function semantics. C is better because it is literal, without being unnecessarily restrictive.


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