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Offline Karlos

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Re: Learning C with the Amiga
« Reply #194 from previous page: February 24, 2007, 05:52:26 PM »

Hyperspeed wrote:
Yeah, let's forget about C and have a FIGHT!

That's easy, even without forgetting about C:

Watch closely....

C is the best procedural language bar none, C++ the best all round multiparadigm language and VB.net is soley the province of those unable to realise the aspiration of being real developers. Lastly, java, whilst being syntactically clean and nice is for workshy pseudo developers that are afraid of implementing absolutely anything for themselves or having to know the first thing about system level development.


(incidentally, I'm just winding you all up)
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Re: Learning C with the Amiga
« Reply #195 on: February 26, 2007, 06:13:12 AM »
Visual Basic is a bit like programming IKEA style. Java is just rancid, the resulting programs are horribly slow and unresponsive.

Personally I think cross-platform compatibility is the bane of the modern computing world. Everyone and everything should be focused on one platform - maybe solely Assembly. That way effiency is guaranteed.

I have found the perfect language for mel_zoom though: