var? Or just stick to
const? And which one of those is preferred? And why the preferred one isn’t just the default? Why do we always have to prepend some operator to define a variable? Yes, we can instruct a linter to forbid this or that keyword (especially this!) but it should be the compiler/interpreter doing it. And we can’t make the interpreter assume a
const declaration by default.
VI. Is there really no way to break backwards compatibility? Can’t we just stick a flag in there somewhere?
'use non-crappy'? I don’t mind adding the