You should explain your idea. Leaving just the link is not respectful to the community.
I explained myself on the issue, copying and pasting what I said there here just seems redundant.
The new operator you want to add is called xor and I don’t have much against it. I don’t remember using it much (except in bit operations) but sure, why not. However I don’t see this being added if bitwise operators aren’t added as well.
The other part is a nicer way to test if a value is equal to any one in a list of options. I like the idea of having something for this, but your syntax doesn’t work. It’s incompatible with boolean expressions.
Maybe something like would work instead.
if(someValue == (option1 or option2 or option3))
This could be done easily using infix functions.
I agree, something like that would be much better! You should leave a comment regarding that on the issue (Unless you’d like me to do so I’d be happy to).
For two inputs, there’s already a standard library function
a xor b dedicated for that: https://kotlinlang.org/api/latest/jvm/stdlib/kotlin/-boolean/xor.html