A GNOME 3.0 plan
Posted Apr 3, 2009 4:36 UTC (Fri) by qg6te2
In reply to: A GNOME 3.0 plan
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There is nothing at all that you can do in C++ that you cannot do just as effectively in C. Saying otherwise is just rubbish. Any good programmer is perfectly and 100% capable of writing programs in a pure object oriented manner using C language.
Using the same logic one could argue that "there is nothing at all you can do in C that you can't do in assembler", including having an object oriented approach. There is a multitude of reasons why C++ exists, one of them being that much of the drudgery of handling objects is taken care of by the compiler.
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