marko at pacujo.net
Tue Mar 4 22:21:44 CET 2014
Chris Angelico <rosuav at gmail.com>:
> Oh, it's THAT problem. Well, it's still not really a fair comparison
> of declared types. It shows how Python's much easier to work with, but
> what you're showing off is the simpler exception handling :)
The other example I gave is really bread-and-butter Java. An ergonomic
disaster and takes some staring at to figure out what's going on.
Note that Java doesn't possess typedef's so you really are pretty much
forced to write those < , < >>'s a lot.
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