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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • A programming language should not be a reflection of how the designer thinks.

    It'll always be some kind of homeomorphism of how he/she/it thinks, though, won't it?

    • It'll always be some kind of homeomorphism of how he/she/it thinks, though, won't it?
      Not if there's more than one person designing it.

      Even if there is one person, a good designer can think like their users instead of thinking they are the user. This is why designers go to design school. :)

      One can argue that the biases of the designer(s) will always be reflected in the design, but hopefully not quite so clearly as with Arc.