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accepted Pros and cons of JIT and AOT
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comment How to encourage to write pure functions in imperative environments?
Well I think, if the mutation is restricted to local variables only, the function is still pure.
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comment How to encourage to write pure functions in imperative environments?
I am not for making everything pure. But many things can be written in a pure manner. And if that improves the code health, it should be done. That's all!
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asked How to encourage to write pure functions in imperative environments?
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comment Shouldn't the lazy evaluation/execution be syntactically differentiated from eager evaluation/execution in C#?
Given C#6 now has expression bodied members, how about having them in local scopes within methods? i.e. how about var x => Foo() instead of let x = Foo() or var x = ()=>Foo()?
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comment Shouldn't the lazy evaluation/execution be syntactically differentiated from eager evaluation/execution in C#?
Given C#6 now has expression bodied members, how about having them in local scopes within methods? i.e. how about var x => Foo() instead of let x = Foo() or var x = ()=>Foo()?
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