If C is so evil why is it so successful?
db at db.net
Thu Apr 13 08:19:49 CDT 2017
I've always said a bad programmer can write bad code in any language.
That said, language features that help a good programmer write better code
go a long way.
On Thu, Apr 13, 2017 at 08:04:22AM -0400, Noel Chiappa via cctalk wrote:
> > From: Rod Smallwood
> > All computer computer languages are only as good or bad as the person
> > using them.
> True words. I'd rather work on a program written in assembly language,
> done by a _really good_ programmer, than a program written in _anything_,
> done by a bad one. (My classic example: that MOS OS done by Jim Mathis
> in PDP-11 assembler.)
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