OCaml syntax is confusing for people coming from C/Java/JavaScript world. That’s all I am saying.

It did sound like its on par with syntax of Prolog or Lisp.

There are much weirder syntactically-wise languages that are much more popular than OCaml such as Objective-C, Visual Basic and COBOL.

All of which are/were still popular due to huge corporate funding and support despite syntax being leaps and bounds weirder and non-standard than that of OCaml.

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