I've seen time and time again, developers resort to using 'foo: any = bar;' instead of defining an explicit type for the value. Using 'any' is not safe (at all) and that's the whole point of TypeScript, to write safe code.
With @import at-rules slowly being phased out of the main implementation of Sass (dart-sass) and eventually deprecated, its time to learn how to use @use rules and the neat features that comes along with it.
This article will discuss how to solve the "diagonal difference" problem which involves calculating the diagonal difference of a n x n size square matrix.
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