Re: [dev] Learn C

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Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2019 21:36:01 +0000

On Mon, Apr 01, 2019 at 07:34:20PM +0200, Markus Wichmann wrote:
> you aren't exactly a beacon of sunshine either. You like to make
> normative claims all over the place, but when asked to defend them, you
> only have names to call people. Maybe C++ is genuinely as horrible as
> you say. I have seen evidence of that. But most of it boils down to "if
> you use it wrong, it turns into spagghetti code in a pretty dress".
> Well, C's the same way, sans pretty dress.

Don't worry, you aren't such a beacon neither... like if anybody could be here.

Simple C or "reduced/fixed syntax" C is the _less worse_ technical _compromise_
above machine code, for now.

Let me recall you something: there is no thing as good code, only code that

> That first sentence of David's answer is merely the logical conclusion
> of thinking your restrictions to the end.

In suckless context, this is near an insult. I don't need to loose too much of
my time with such human being, and I won't. Let them code amazing-ly
abstracted c++52 or python12 or viper7 code... but if it could be on msdn where
it's more appropriate...

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