(C++ > C) = Red Herring?

(C++ > C) = Red Herring?

Post by wrinkledsh.. » Sat, 16 Dec 2000 07:34:28



Just saw this on www.linuxtoday.com ...

http://www.perl.com/pub/2000/12/advocacy.html?wwwrrr_20001213.txt

I thought maybe it might be pertinent to people who were heavily
involved in that "C++ phobia in Linux" thread. I don't have an opinion
one way or the other (C, baby! YEAH!!!!) so I thought I'd just throw it
out there...

-ws

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