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As others have pointed out, the difference is a sacrifice in compilation time to more quickly implement a langauge very semantically similar to rust. If it's not super similar to rust, you are simply jumping through more hoops than it is worth. Yes, LLVM IR is a pretty decent compilation target. And honestly, having costly abstractions provided to you would probably encourage you to generate poorer code. But I digress.



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