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Pretty much everything that tries to replace JS fails on one of those two areas.
It’s like trying to replace pop music with death metal or classical symphonic orchestra. To a small group of people, either might me better or more pure than pop music, but everybody listens to pop music (whether they want to or not).
Also, with languages that compile to JS, you can use the one you like and still run on JS, so it’s fine.
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