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November 01, 2017


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well, no. the reason, I'd wager, is that R folk have much less exposure to "real" programming languages, and thus don't realize who wacky it is.

Qualify for those with real large scale project experience in 3 different language and not a smattering of small short toy projects in recently popular languages.

Kind of like asking an emacs developer if lisp is the best language of all.

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