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All garbage collected languages that I'm familiar with take too big a bite in that they don't let you delete things. The GC has to do all the work.

I'd rather see opportunities to delete objects under programmer control via:
* Stack variables that destruct when you go out of scope
* Destructors in classes
* Ability to 'delete' a pointer

These ideas are not incompatible with GC languages but the features are conspicuously absent.
I'm retired. There's a nap for that...
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