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comment Must I think about compiled machine code when I write my code?
Agreed, very clear answer.
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comment Must I think about compiled machine code when I write my code?
@dmckee right, fixed.
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comment Must I think about compiled machine code when I write my code?
@ChristofferHammarström which standard do you mean? Does StackOverflow has own code formatting standard?
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comment Must I think about compiled machine code when I write my code?
@ChristofferHammarström Thank you but rolled the change back. Closing braces are very fine for me.
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comment Must I think about compiled machine code when I write my code?
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comment What is a good use case for scala?
@Giorgio that is fine case, I say nothing against that, I'm saying that develop in both languages everytime chosing on which one will be better is bad pattern for a project.
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comment What is a good use case for scala?
I still don't understand that mixing. If Scala is that good for you then just use it everywhere you can in your project. That will be sane and I understand it but using it for some features in some cases is wrong way in my opinion. Is there reason to not just switch project to Scala?