re: Sh*tpost: can we stop saying "syntactic sugar"? VIEW POST

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re: Honestly I've only come across it once reading the MDN doc page on JS classes. I understood classes, when they first released for JS, to do nothing...
 

ps: imo actually using the term 'syntactical sugar' is as dull as saying any particular piece of software works by magic, or even appears to work by magic. So you have my vote for 'please stop saying syntactical sugar'. It's like 'plox', I'll never say it! It's 'plz' and only 'plz'!

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