A story about Python... sort of

Max Khesin max at cNOvSisiPonAtecMh.com
Thu Jul 3 19:25:29 CEST 2003

"BearMan" <ronald at PassTheDairy.net> wrote in message
news:FiZMa.2097$_k2.145814 at nnrp1.ptd.net...
> Not to mention all the time spent recompiling through out the debugging
> troubleshooting process. Has Max ever programmed in Python? How about
> Assembly?

Yes to both in varying degree.

> The fact of the matter is there is no such thing as one ULTIMATE language.
> real programmer will have mastered several languages so as to integrate
> best features for any given situation.

I am not sure where we disagree. This is exactly my point. The statement
Engineering Lessons
    1. C/C++ is no longer a viable development language
is pure rubbish. C++ is still great for certain kinds of projects, and there
are lots of open-source and proprietary projects to prove this. I mean, is
Linux (or Windows) 'not a viable project'?? As I said, this is a very
narrow-minded and conceited statement: rubbish.


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