On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 11:52 AM, Tim K wrote:
I would love to be able to just say:
"string" + 1
to get "string1"
"foo" + string(49)
is already valid Go (http://play.golang.org/p/XfIcW0mod4). It would be
weird if we introduced:
"foo" + 49
that did something different.

As for the original post, we already require explicit type conversions
between e.g. int and int32, since C's implicit conversions can easily
lead to bugs. Given that, it'd be weird to allow implicit conversions
that implied running arbitrary code, let alone a well defined
conversion like from int to int32. It's a nice feature of Go that,
unlike C++, when I read a line of code like:
x = y + z
then I know that there aren't any function calls happening.

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