Imagine a language in which was so easy to write code that code flowed a thousand keyboards, simply and correctly.
- nobody would ever re-use code, they'd just write it again from scratch.
- nobody would ever fix someone else's code, they'd just write another version with different bugs and more of the features they wanted.
- nobody would ever have to worry about the architecture underlying code, because nobody would ever have to interface with their code anyway.
- there'd be little demand for repositories of code ... why bother? Except as templates for their personal rewrites, nobody ever need look at anothers' code.
Is that what we've got ourselves in tcl?