I think this basically means my lexer+parser only have to understand those four sigils, single and double quoted strings, the kinda-complex-for-computers-but-IMO-coherent-for-humans indentation rules/semantics, numbers, booleans, and of course the binding syntax (which I was able to use to completely eliminate the `match` keyword from the language - just changing my function type signature syntax allowed me to make a consistent destructuring syntax for free!)
I'm excited. I want this to exist.
Two of the biggest things I've been trying to optimize toward are, to use some buzzwords, simplicity and consistency: fewer syntaxes to define/parse/teach/use, borne out of trying to find as many similar usecases as I can and cramming them into one syntax that works for each. I'm especially excited to explore the prospect (as designed so far) of merging the concepts of Interfaces, Traits, Structs, and (by extension of the preceding) Inheritance/Composition into one thing, Shapes.
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