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That's been my defense of Erlang's syntax ever since I learned it. Having it be unlike anything I'd experienced before meant it was easy to learn, because I wasn't trying to shoehorn my own expectations upon it. And I'd wager it's why the if statement strikes so many people as being completely weird and 'broken' in Erlang.



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