Andrey (azangru) wrote,

The deeply unesthetic octothorpe seems to be creeping into the JavaScript language, after just as unappealing asterisk. There already are private fields and private methods, which, as opposed to the much cleaner "private" keyword in Typescript, use the octothorpe:

And here, according to Twitter, is the proposal for immutable records and tuples:

The functionality is very welcome. The hash sign less so.

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