yeah. I sort of hate the `!` types sometimes. Like...
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yeah. I sort of hate the
!
types sometimes. Like, I almost never write methods that return
null
, so the only time
null
comes into play is when I'm consuming an API. And most APIs I use are written in Java, and don't use appropriate annotations, so they're returning
T!
, and then all of the null-safety of Kotlin goes out the window anyway, because I have to remember to use
?.
instead of it just refusing to compile ­čś×