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Why there's much less info on Tact than FunC?
Why there's much less info on Tact than FunC?
Both FunC and Tact languages can be used for developing on TON. But from what I see, tutorials, questions and other resources are currently focused mostly on FunC. Why is Tact less popular? Does it have some limitations I should be aware of? Is it too raw, or too inflexible, or something else? --- > This question was imported from Telegram Chat: https://t.me/tondev/123605
Both FunC and Tact languages can be used for developing on TON. But from what I see, lessons, questions and other resources are currently focused mostly on FunC. Why is Tact less popular? Does it have some limitations I should be aware of? Is it too raw, or too inflexible, or something else? > This question was imported from Telegram Chat: https://t.me/tondev/123605
#tact #func
#tact #func
Why there's much less info on Tact than FunC?
Why there's much less info on Tact than FunC?
Both FunC and Tact languages can be used for developing on TON. But from what I see, lessons, questions and other resources are currently focused mostly on FunC. Why is Tact less popular? Does it have some limitations I should be aware of? Is it too raw, or too inflexible, or something else? > This question was imported from Telegram Chat: https://t.me/tondev/123605
Both FunC and Tact languages can be used for developing on TON. But from what I see, lessons, questions and other resources are currently focused mostly on FunC. Why is Tact less popular? Does it have some limitations I should be aware of? Is it too raw? > This question was imported from Telegram Chat: https://t.me/tondev/123605
#tact #func
#tact #func
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Why there's much less info on Tact than FunC?

Both FunC and Tact languages can be used for developing on TON. But from what I see, lessons, questions and other resources are currently focused mostly on FunC. Why is Tact less popular? Does it have some limitations I should be aware of? Is it too raw? > This question was imported from Telegram Chat: https://t.me/tondev/123605
#tact #func