dlang.org - Pages for the dlang.org website, home of the D Programming Language

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This repository contains the source files for the D Language Website, including the language specifications, documentation, and some articles. If you wish to contribute to the website or language documentation, please see the CONTRIBUTING.md file and wiki entry.

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