possible to just write:
and the compiler doesn't complain, silently ignoring the discarded return
value. This can lead to bugs if for instance MyMethod is in a library and
the user for some reason doesn't realise that it returns something.
My proposal is for the compiler to complain, requiring the programmer to
_ = myStruct.MyMethod()
if they wish to ignore the return value. This eliminates the possibility of
the programmer not realising that a method returns something, and makes
code review easier as it's clear where a return value/error is being
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