How far can stack [LIFO] solve do automatic garbage collection and prevent memory leak ?

Alex McDonald blog at rivadpm.com
Tue Aug 24 14:59:19 CEST 2010


On 24 Aug, 01:00, Hugh Aguilar <hughaguila... at yahoo.com> wrote:
> On Aug 21, 12:32 pm, Alex McDonald <b... at rivadpm.com> wrote:
>
> > "Scintilla" gets about 2,080,000 results on google; "blather" gets
> > about 876,000 results. O Hugh, you pseudo-intellectual you!
>
> > > with gutter language such as
> > > "turd"
>
> > About 5,910,000 results. It has a long history, even getting a mention
> > in the Wyclif's 13th century bible.
>
> You looked up "blather" and "turd" on google *AND* you are not a
> pseudo-intellectual??? That is funny!
>
> I don't consider myself to be a pseudo-intellectual. I don't have any
> education however, so a pseudo-intellectual is the only kind of
> intellectual that I could be.

I don't have any formal CS education, nor a degree in anything else.
But that doesn't make me an anti-intellectual by instinct (the
instinct would be jealousy, I guess), nor does it stop me from
learning. Or using Google, something I'm sure you do too.

We have a great degree of admiration and fondness for intellectuals in
Europe; the French in particular hold them in very high regard.
Perhaps disdain of learning and further education is peculiar to a
certain section of American society, as the label
"intellectual" (often, "liberal intellectual") appears to be used as a
derogatory term. I have no idea what a pseudo-intellectual might be,
but it's evident you mean it in much the same way.




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