nec556 at retena.com
Fri Nov 14 20:02:08 CET 2003
>But some Mac user (/me smells a Jonas) will probably correct me :-)
Yes, you are true. Apple contracts (is this the correct verb?) N.Wirth in
1982-3 to develop an Object Pascal language/compiler. MacOS was written in
pascal and assembler from version 0 to 6.x.; System 7.0 and 7.1 was a mix
of C/C++, ObjectPascal and Assm 68k and since then C/C++ and assm 68k/PPC.
Apple was "forced" to change to C/C++ because developers as Adobe,
Macromedia, etc... wanted it
As a personal note i found, when C/C++ comes as the principal language,
more instability, bugs and errors.
There are 10 groups of people, those who can count in binary and those who
Hay 10 tipos de personas, los que saben contar en binario y los que no
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