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module main

fn main() {
	names := ['learners', 'explorers', 'mentors', 'maintainers', 'contributors']
	for name in names {
		println('Hello, Exercism ${name}!')

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Key Features of V



V can run concurrently using `spawn` to start a new thread

Cross Platform

V is cross-compiled with v -os windows or v -os linux


V includes vdoc to get instant documentation generated from the module's source code


V is written in V and compiles itself in under a second


No null, no undefined values, no undefined behavior, immutable by default


V has a space requirement to compile of <10MB, Rust is 30 GB and Go is 525 MB

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