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  What I Hate About Your Programming Language
Subject:   A few miscellaneous comments
Date:   2003-05-13 15:21:44
From:   anonymous2

Java does have the ability to do unchecked exceptions. It only checks exceptions derived from "Exception"; unfortunately this doesn't help when you want exceptions thrown by other people's code (like the standard library) to be unchecked.


I was impressed to find out that javascript has closures, whatever its shortcomings are.


I've noticed that while XSLT was designed to be programmed in a functional manner, very few implementations have tail call optimization.