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OK. So I've started using it.

It slides in very easily as a JavaLanguage replacement on AndroidOperatingSystem. Which is the secret of its success.

You hardly notice the difference, but I can see it fixes some pain points in Java. (Lack of lambdas etc.)

I'm not wildly enthused because I wish it had been ClojureLanguage that won the ProgrammingLanguagePlatformWar and took over from Java.

But at least it is nicer than Java. And a combination of Kotlin + ChatGPT is making the idea of writing more Android apps, kind of appealing again.

I'm gonna do more of it.