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It sounds to me like you don't want a low-level programming language. That's totally fine! Rust isn't going to be amazing for everything.



Depending on what I'm doing, I do want a low-level language. Still, Rust's memory management feels weird and painful.

But above that I'm criticising features such as operator overloading, overridable copy semantics, and traits.




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