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Yes probably I am. I think this stems from my feeling that Go is a lost opportunity. There's room for a sane C++ replacement. OCaml hasn't made it yet, although it fits in that space [arguably]. Go tries to do that but ignores great languages that have gone before it.



I understand the confusion about the language though I don't think the goal was ever to replace C++. Go still has a managed runtime, so I can't imagine it would ever appeal to people who want to go purely native.




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