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    Indeed, after serialization, statements probably go next on the list
    of "gifts that keep on giving."  Languages that avoided this mistake
    have a leg up on languages that didn't.  <br>
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          <div class="">On Sep 3, 2020, at 2:16 PM, Brian Goetz <<a
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                  came up in the expression switch exploration.  The
                  thinking then, which I think is still valid, that it
                  is easier to understand the difference when
                  default-totality is attached to the expression
                  versions, because expressions _must_ be total and
                  statements totally make sense to be partial.  <br
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      <div>Which, many theorists would say, is an indictment of
        statements (both generally and in this specific instance).</div>
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