Oh damn, busted. I must have been thinking of "accumulate".
They really don't have that? Does it at least have immutable map literals?
There is nothing wrong with forced indentation. A good programmer shall indent their code regardless. A bad programmer will make everything look like shit so forced indentation makes his good usable to others besides himself.
> no do-while statement
There already is while. A do-while construct is redundant.
Both for and named let subsume while, to boot.
Reason#381: [i]inconsistency and lack of abstraction for array declarations[/i] https://docs.python.org/2/faq/programming.html#how-do-i-create-a-multidimensional-list
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Yes but they'll indent it in a specific way, while the compiler won't compile if someone uses the "wrong" whitespace.