On unhygienic macros

Unhygienic macro systems are not useful for architecting large systems
of perfect, pure modules. They’re great for sketching out
abstractions that work on a semi-local level. They essentially enhance your ability to quickly reinvent the wheel, which is very valuable since, despite our perennial efforts to make it otherwise, the wheel must be reinvented quite often in programming.

About Evan

Works on a sight reading practice tool for musicians and music teachers, and loves making Try Arc better in his spare time.

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