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Languages don't usually evolve like that; in fact many language designers outright eschew IDEs. ) The only other one I can think of offhand is C# -- and C# is easily one of the best languages on earth, hands-down.
correct in a Kotlin buffer, and the IDE will gently tell you what you meant to type.
Holden’s doctor showed up and theorized that he provably started vomiting blood, and possibly lacerated the lower portion of his esophagus.
On the scene they found an empty vodka bottle in the trash can, along with 4 beer bottles and a partially full bottle of vodka on the kitchen sink.
There was a large quantity of blood surrounding the body as well as all over the bedding and blankets." From the condition of his body, it was decided that he had been dead for at least 4 days.
According to the medical examiner, Holden had tripped on a throw rug and hit his head on the nightstand.
Examination revealed an apparent laceration on his forehead approximately 3 inches in length.
So they did the next best thing and named it after a Russian military base. I think my evaluation was equal parts (a) Kotlin buzz, (b) wishing I'd written my i OS app in Swift, and (c) Kotlin had some sort of clever Android DSL called Anko, which I never wound up using, but which initially piqued my interest.
It only took maybe 3 days to learn Kotlin well enough to start busting out code, fully aware that I didn't know what the hell I was doing, but knowing the language and IDE were doing a great job of keeping me out of trouble anyway. I'm so jaded that I didn't think it was possible to love a language ever again, but Kotlin is just gorgeous.
Everything you write in it feels like you made something cool.
I've certainly felt that way with other languages before. Kotlin is just butter: Tailor-made for us Java programmers who are still sort of scratching our heads over Java 8's parallel streaming filterable collecting scheduled completable callbacking futuring listening forking executor noun kingdom.