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> variants of stuff like "Apps Hungarian" are often a lightweight and practical solution in any language.

Except in an untyped language, the type system usually presents a better solution with no more effort than “Apps Hungarian”, and for many cases even without static typing you can enforce rules rather than do advisory annotations with similar effort (e.g., for the specific unsafe-data case addresses in the article, a Ruby's taint system.)

> Also, if operators overloading is what freaks you out, try writing code heavy on matrix/vector/tensor algorithms without it...

While overloading may be ideal for some subset of that, and tolerable for a larger subset, I think what that really calls for is more custom operator definition as supported I Haskell, Scala, Raku and some others more than overloading.




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