In the book I'm studying from Power Electronics - Mohan he says:
(...) has two drawbacks (1): In practice the load would be indictuve. Even with a resistive load, there would always be certain associated stray inductance (...)
This is in reference to a basic buck converter where for the sake of simplicty he explained the operation using a very basic circuit:
Then, he said what I just quoted. He said that an inductive load is a drawback. Not only here, but in previous chapters they speak contemptuously about inductive circuits in general. So, my question: why is it so bad to have an inductive circuit or an inductive load in general (they can't be bad always, can they?)?