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Our first rule was to keep as much traditional syntax as made sense.
Method definitions became signatures with dispatch notations, followed by a block body.
The “@” operator was used for dispatch, but we have freed up “!” by using “.” for top-level statement separators.
Cascaded sends have been omitted for now, using “;” for concatenation instead – it's a style consideration for moving away from “receiver” - “arguments” distinction.