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> Haskell gives one plenty of rope to hang himself on complexity.

Interesting. And C++/Java/Javascript doesn't?

> So much that developers develop an aversion to it as deep as fear. It's unavoidable, the ones that didn't develop it are still buried at the working of their first Rube Goldberg machine and unavailable.

Wow that sounds like there would be lots of examples you can mention. Care to mention any example we can verify?

> ou'll see plenty of blogs about a Haskell feature that end with "See? It's organized and safe. It works. Is it worth the complexity? No way! You'll never caught me using this thing that I just invented!"

I have never seen such articles. Please show us a few links?

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