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  • ...I'd rephrase your inquiry to "What 5 things annoy you most about your favorite language ?"

    The net effect is the same, but is less confrontational. "Hate" tends to raise barriers of the religous sort; but we can all admit to occasionally being annoyed by even our favorite languages, things, even friends and family (tho its best not to admit the latter in public...).

    • I defintely mean "hate". Annoyances are easy to get over. The things I hate make me want to stick pencils in people's eyes. :)
    • I agree with you. Hate is too strong a word.
      • Nope, I definitely meant hate. I used that word on purpose. I don't care what annoys you, I care about what you hate about your language.

        • What I meant to say is that many people might just say that 'I dont hate anything, but there are few things which I dont like of language X'. It is arguably safe to say that if someone can say 5 things they hate of, they know the language well. But it is not safe to say that if someone can't say 5 things they 'hate' of, then they are either a beginner or can't pull in the big dollars using it. I remember once someone asked Tomek Czajka a similar question, and he said he has got nothing that he hate of c++ b