I need a “valid objective argument” for the bad features??? You’re joking, right?

Even if you don’t agree with my Top 10 list, you can’t deny that JavaScript does have many bad features. If JavaScript didn’t actually have truly bad features, then why did Douglas Crockford waste his time writing his “Good Parts” book? Why did he write JSLint to help you avoid those bad features? After all, if those bad features didn’t exist or if they didn’t cause programmers any grief, then there would be no need whatsoever to use a tool like JSLint, no need to include JSLint in your development workflow.

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