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Nim in Action-comparing with Java script like languages

 
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Hi Author,
Nim looks interesting language. With javaScript like syntax, garbage collector it will surely attract front end developers to integrate their components which need performance.(With no intention of starting language war!) there are few new languages like Mozilla's Rust , Clojure, TypeScript etc.
What unique features Nim brings  you think will be main strengths for Nim to grow in future?

 
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