C for anything
Posted Feb 3, 2011 4:10 UTC (Thu) by ncm
In reply to: LCA: Lessons from 30 years of Sendmail
Parent article: LCA: Lessons from 30 years of Sendmail
No, he's right. Wright Flyers are grounded, trucks have entirely supplanted horse-drawn wagons, LCDs drove out CRTs, and does anybody use the x86 instruction set any... um.
C++ is clearly the better choice. You have keep the Java monkeys away, though, or you'll spend your life writing Get and Set functions, and calls to them. Fortunately Java monkeys are more attracted to Ruby and other four-letter languages.
(This is not meant to suggest that all Java programmers are monkeys. You, in particular, are the exception.)
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