Why is tcl broken?
Garrett G. Hodgson
garry at sage.att.com
Fri Jun 11 19:50:07 CEST 1999
Gerrit Holl wrote:
> > Fernando Mato Mira wrote:
> > > I'm trying to collect a list of all the _current_ issues making tcl
> > > a bad language choice. I'd like concrete examples,
> > (I mean, it's theoretically possible that, in some
> > parallel universe, there's a even problem for which
> > C++ is the ideal choice.)
> Can I conclude that C++ isn't a good language? I'm a starting programmer: why
> isn't C++ good for many problems?
well, no one else bit.
c++ is actually a very useful and powerful language, used
in a great many problem domains. however, it is very complex,
and demands a good bit of expertise to use effectively. in the
hands of someone lacking that expertise, it is easy to develop
programs that fail in mysterious ways.
as a starting programmer, you'd be better off using a more
forgiving language, like, say, python.
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