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About C and C++

Hello...

I will resume it like this:

On the criterias of "complexity" and "difficulty", the C and C++ 
programming languages are more complex and difficult than Object Pascal 
for example, so since they are more complex and difficult they are 
likely to create something like a darwinian filter who don't let the 
weaker humans among us humans to cross or to climb the social ladder, 
this is why i think that C and C++ do participate to social darwinism, 
this is why i say that C and C++ are bad.



Thank you,
Amine Moulay Ramdane.
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On Sunday, 8 June 2014 16:18:24 UTC+3, aminer  wrote:
> Hello...
> 
> I will resume it like this:
> 
> On the criterias of "complexity" and "difficulty", the C and C++ 
> programming languages are more complex and difficult than Object Pascal 
> for example, so since they are more complex and difficult they are 
> likely to create something like a darwinian filter who don't let the 
> weaker humans among us humans to cross or to climb the social ladder, 
> this is why i think that C and C++ do participate to social darwinism, 
> this is why i say that C and C++ are bad.

Apple pushes us to  write it in Objective-C (now switches to Swift), Microsoft
pushes us to write it in C#, Google pushes us to write it in Go (or in Java for
Android), Oracle pushes us to write software in Java, Adobe pushes us to
use ActionScript and so on. Who pushes us humans to write software in C or
C++? No one. So no one uses C or C++ as social filter.

Nothing is in the C or C++ is made for to make the languages difficult to use
for weaker humans. Most features are just for to make it simple to achieve 
efficient results. It is more difficult and complex to achieve as efficient results
in Object Pascal. That makes Object Pascal bit less popular but it is not fault
of C or C++.

You have to have kids for to forward your genes. Does it matter what
is the programming language that you use? Does it matter how many new
topics you made about concurrency in comp.programming? No. Have kids.
That is how darwinism works. Do not blame C or C++.
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ISO
6/9/2014 3:43:59 PM
On 6/9/2014 11:43 AM, �� Tiib wrote:
>[..]
> You have to have kids for to forward your genes. Does it matter what
> is the programming language that you use? Does it matter how many new
> topics you made about concurrency in comp.programming? No. Have kids.
> [..]

I prefer trolls without issue.  Please stop feeding them.

V
-- 
I do not respond to top-posted replies, please don't ask
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Victor
6/9/2014 4:29:46 PM
On Monday, 9 June 2014 19:29:46 UTC+3, Victor Bazarov  wrote:
> On 6/9/2014 11:43 AM, =EF=BF=BD=EF=BF=BD Tiib wrote:
> >[..]
> > You have to have kids for to forward your genes. Does it matter what
> > is the programming language that you use? Does it matter how many new
> > topics you made about concurrency in comp.programming? No. Have kids.
> > [..]
>=20
> I prefer trolls without issue.  Please stop feeding them.

He is likely not troll but crazy person. Something made him negatively
interested in C and C++. Now he will post new "topic" every two hours or
so.
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ISO
6/10/2014 8:23:59 AM
On Tue, 2014-06-10, �� Tiib wrote:
> On Monday, 9 June 2014 19:29:46 UTC+3, Victor Bazarov  wrote:
>> On 6/9/2014 11:43 AM, ?????? Tiib wrote:
>> >[..]
>> > You have to have kids for to forward your genes. Does it matter what
>> > is the programming language that you use? Does it matter how many new
>> > topics you made about concurrency in comp.programming? No. Have kids.
>> > [..]
>> 
>> I prefer trolls without issue.  Please stop feeding them.
>
> He is likely not troll but crazy person. Something made him negatively
> interested in C and C++. Now he will post new "topic" every two hours or
> so.

But still, try not to feed him.

/Jorgen

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Jorgen
6/10/2014 9:27:47 AM
On Tuesday, 10 June 2014 12:27:47 UTC+3, Jorgen Grahn  wrote:
> On Tue, 2014-06-10, =EF=BF=BD=EF=BF=BD Tiib wrote:
> > On Monday, 9 June 2014 19:29:46 UTC+3, Victor Bazarov  wrote:
> >> On 6/9/2014 11:43 AM, ?????? Tiib wrote:
> >> >[..]
> >> > You have to have kids for to forward your genes. Does it matter what
> >> > is the programming language that you use? Does it matter how many ne=
w
> >> > topics you made about concurrency in comp.programming? No. Have kids=
..
> >> > [..]
> >>=20
> >> I prefer trolls without issue.  Please stop feeding them.
> >
> > He is likely not troll but crazy person. Something made him negatively
> > interested in C and C++. Now he will post new "topic" every two hours o=
r
> > so.
>=20
> But still, try not to feed him.

In what sense not to feed him? Like I said, my impression is that he is=20
not trolling. On the contrary ... my impression is that he is madly serious=
..
There are two kinds of humans now in his head: the evil masters (they can
write C or C++ code) and the weak slaves (incapable to speak C or C++).
That is it ... for unknown reason.

So he will likely go on for ages now generating new "final thought" topics
about how those two software development tools are evil. Unless somehow
convinced otherwise or attracted elsewhere.
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ISO
6/10/2014 11:28:25 AM
On 6/10/2014 7:28 AM, Öö Tiib wrote:
> [..]
> In what sense not to feed him? Like I said, my impression is that he is
> not trolling. On the contrary ... my impression is that he is madly serious.
> There are two kinds of humans now in his head: the evil masters (they can
> write C or C++ code) and the weak slaves (incapable to speak C or C++).
> That is it ... for unknown reason.
>
> So he will likely go on for ages now generating new "final thought" topics
> about how those two software development tools are evil. Unless somehow
> convinced otherwise or attracted elsewhere.

....and the burden of convincing that "madly serious" person has fallen 
on your mighty shoulders, yes?  And we are to be subjected to witness 
your everlasting struggle toward the ultimate truth.  <sigh>

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Victor
6/10/2014 1:04:46 PM
On Tuesday, 10 June 2014 16:04:46 UTC+3, Victor Bazarov  wrote:
> On 6/10/2014 7:28 AM, =D6=F6 Tiib wrote:
> > [..]
> > In what sense not to feed him? Like I said, my impression is that he is
> > not trolling. On the contrary ... my impression is that he is madly ser=
ious.
> > There are two kinds of humans now in his head: the evil masters (they c=
an
> > write C or C++ code) and the weak slaves (incapable to speak C or C++).
> > That is it ... for unknown reason.
> >
> > So he will likely go on for ages now generating new "final thought" top=
ics
> > about how those two software development tools are evil. Unless somehow
> > convinced otherwise or attracted elsewhere.
>=20
> ...and the burden of convincing that "madly serious" person has fallen=20
> on your mighty shoulders, yes?  And we are to be subjected to witness=20
> your everlasting struggle toward the ultimate truth.  <sigh>

No. I am well aware that I am *not* some sort of communication genius.=20
So I did just respond once to him in this group. To one of incoming topics.
To try. I expect that he won't read nor respond to my reply and so the
clc++ will likely slowly drown in those nonsense threads.

It is your estimation (him as "troll" and my response as "feeding troll") t=
hat I
consider as ungrounded. Above I only explained that.
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ISO
6/10/2014 3:14:24 PM
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