2 C || ~ 2 C
Is there any aspect in language C, that you would change if you were
to design that language today? I think it's a mature language and it
doesn't need any refinement. What do you think? What about C99 contra
C89? Is C language constantly evolving language? Where would you put
the limit for the improvements for the language C? If it ain't broke,
why fix it? Sorry for my broken English, I'm still learning.
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote, On 20/03/07 23:16:
> Is there any aspect in language C, that you would change if you were
> to design that language today?
Yes. Several. ...Better C/C++ Than C/C++?
I am looking for a good systems programming language
that can be used instead of C/C++. My qualifications
for the language are:
* mature compiler(s) that produce native-code
binaries (for Windows)
* open source - preferable, but not 100% necessary
"Kevin Albrecht" <email@example.com> writes:
> I am looking for a good systems programming language
> that can be used instead of C/C++. My qualifications
> for the language are:
> * mature compiler(s) that produce native-code
> binaries (for Windows)
Ocaml, D, cyclone, Eiffel, Beta
>...jython and C-c C-c
How do I get C-c C-c to work with jython? I have the jpython command set to
jython, and I can start the interpreter with C-C ! and then use C-c C-c, but
this is rather frustrating. If I try to use C-c C-c without first starting
the interpreter in another window I get
wrong type argument: sequencep, jpython
I have found some great articles at:
Read them all.
...Lang c #2
...New C/C++/OpenGL Software Tutorial
My name is Bushido Hacks. I am a computer science major from the St.
Louis, Missouri area. I wrote a new software installation tutorial for
C and C++ programmer who want to create programs as well as programs
that use OpenGL. My new tutorial is posted at
The tutorial is informative for anyone who has a REAL interest in
object-oriented programming. It is NOT some phoney balogna sales pitch
from some TV university to become a "game programmer". These are
instructions for installing open source software with serious
professional standa...C and C++ #2
I have a question on how closely C and C++ are related. If i am
correct C++ is OOP while C is not. Now how closely can an OOP language
and a procedural language be related? How much knowledge of C is
required to understand C++? Thanks.
> I have a question on how closely C and C++ are related. If i am
> correct C++ is OOP while C is not. Now how closely can an OOP language
> and a procedural language be related? How much knowledge of C is
> required to understand C++? Thanks.
Start here: http://public.research.att.com/~bs/bs_faq.html
Please remove ca...tutorials about c and c++
hi everyone, i bring to you a web site about c and c++ here http://mtic.1fr1.net
> hi everyone, i bring to you a web site about c and c++ here
Well, folks, in case you hadn't guessed already, it's spam. Nothing there
about either C or C++ that I could find. Just a load of pictures of book
covers, probably "bookz" (so to speak).
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On 28 ...c++ to c #2
I have to convert a C++ program, not very complicated, to C. What is
the best automatic approach appart from LLVL and Comeau ? Do you
really know some more ? :)
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Horacius ReX <email@example.com> wrote:
>I have to convert a C++ program, not very complicated, to C. What is
>the best automatic approach appart from LLVL and Comeau ? Do you
>really know some more ? :)
Hire a C programmer. It will make everyone's life easier if the C
programmer you hire also understands ...C or C++ #2
if I need to write C++, I will be forced to learn C automatically?
Since I saw many C++ code need to call C library also.
Most program use a combination of C++ code and calling C functions.
Then writting C++, I cannot avoid learning C right?
* Carmen Sei:
> if I need to write C++, I will be forced to learn C automatically?
> Since I saw many C++ code need to call C library also.
> Most program use a combination of C++ code and calling C functions.
> Then writting C++, I cannot avoid learning C right?
You will learn some aspects of C. You will not learn C. ...C/C++ Tutorial?
do you know any C/C++ tutorials for writing a chat bot AI?
how do I have to start? how could a bot learn?
Are there any tutorials of this kind?
"Caglar Cakan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> do you know any C/C++ tutorials for writing a chat bot AI?
> how do I have to start? how could a bot learn?
> Are there any tutorials of this kind?
Doing that in C seems like making it unnecessary hard, to me, but if you
want to, you can learn by example from for instance MegaHAL
(http://megahal.alioth.debian.org/), which is available in sour...C++ or C# #2
Given the choice, for new development projects do people go for C#, or
maybe something totally different? What is your personal choice?
> Given the choice, for new development projects do people go for C#, or
> maybe something totally different? What is your personal choice?
If you intend to stick with Windows development then C#, but if you
may want to port your code to another OS then C++. If speed is not
essential then Java is even better, being supported on lots of platforms
with little or no code changes being required for it to work.
Perso...Is this C or C++? #2
Simple question. If the task is (for example):
"Write a C++ program which asks user his name (less than 20 chars) and
Then, is this code a correct answer:
The point being, that the code uses C string "char name" and not C++
C is a subset of C++, so isnt it logically speaking a C++ program?
On 19/11/2013 21:44, crea wrote:
> Simple question. If the task is (for example):
> "Write a C++ program whic...About C and C++ #2
I have saw some programmers talking about C on the C's forums...
But as you have seen me talking before on my post titled
"Software life cycle" , you have noticed that i have talked about
the criterions that is "Maintainability" and "modifiability",
what i don't like in C is that if you want to group efficiently
functions and some propoerties that are shared inside an
object , you can not do that efficiently as can do Object Pascal
or C++, if you are writing in C you have to use global variables,
but that's not good for "mai...[ace-users] ACE 6.2.0/6.2.2 bult with XL C/C++ v 12.1 on AIX71 or XL C/C++ v 9.0 on AIX61
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