"Strong typing vs. strong testing"
don at geddis.org
Fri Oct 1 03:57:27 CEST 2010
Keith Thompson <kst-u at mib.org> wrote on Thu, 30 Sep 2010:
> RG <rNOSPAMon at flownet.com> writes:
>> You're missing a lot of context. I'm not trying to criticize C, just to
>> refute a false claim that was made about it.
> Can you cite the article that made this false claim, and exactly what
> the false claim was?
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From: TheFlyingDutchman <zzbbaadd at aol.com>
in C I can have a function maximum(int a, int b) that will always
work. Never blow up, and never give an invalid answer. If someone
tries to call it incorrectly it is a compile error.
Don Geddis http://don.geddis.org/ don at geddis.org
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