re: What are the worst programming languages that nobody should learn? VIEW POST

re: That's a tough scenario. ;-) But challenge accepted. Avalander already has very good arguments in her reply. I'd like to add that Coffeescript has...

You have really good points, but the evil advocate has found something to reply.

Well, if everything you say is true, then learning Coffescript and the story behind it is super valuable for a programming language designer who would like to know which basic mistakes to avoid when designing a new programming language. Don't try to pretend to replace something you hate and don't really understand.

Indeed. There is nothing so bad that it couldn't at least be a bad example.

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