[OT] C# can do all the interpolated strings now

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Fri Dec 10 02:10:18 UTC 2021

On Friday, 10 December 2021 at 01:00:57 UTC, Steven Schveighoffer 
> Which comma? there are commas in the string too. You have to 
> parse the string first to find the right comma.

The first comma after the string. I don't even think. My brain 
takes me straight there, automatically (seemingly without parsing 
the string).

Whatever thinking my brain does, it is not apparent to me ;-)

> So you just ignore the string? What if there are parameter 
> mismatches?
> -Steve

That's an extra task to be undertaken, if needed.

e.g. say you have to change one or more of your parameter names 
(but don't need to change their order). Well, it's much easier 
NOT to be forced to parse an entire interpolated string.

There are pro's and con's, I accept that. But having done without 
interpolated strings, for decades, I don't see the point of 
introducing them, and then having to deal with TWO different ways 
to achieve the exact same outcome.

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