LESS and Sass share a lot of similarities in syntax, including the following:
- Mixins – Classes for classes.
- Parametric mixins – Classes to which you can pass parameters, like functions.
- Nested Rules – Classes within classes, which cut down on repetitive code.
- Operations – Math within CSS.
- Color functions – Edit your colors.
- Namespaces – Groups of styles that can be called by references.
- Scope – Make local changes to styles.
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