đź“ťImplicit interface

In software development, an interface can have two parts:

explicit interface
available functions, their signatures, globals, etc.
implicit interface
the meaning of functions and their interop—things that are not encoded

Even though the interface is implicit, it is important—introducing breaking changes to the meaning of the functions may break the dependents.

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