[fpc-pascal] even linus torvalds prefer pascal over c
RainerStratmann at t-online.de
Sat Dec 2 16:52:25 CET 2006
Am Samstag, 2. Dezember 2006 11:59 schrieb Bisma Jayadi:
> > * The statement is wrong, pascal allows you to do wrong things. You
> > just need to use some typecasts (specially to pointer).
> We can do wrong things almost on anything. It's just the matter of (1) how
> we use it [properly] and (2) how it prevents misuse of itself. In this
> discussion, the point (1) refers to the programmers, and point (2) refers
> to the language.
(3) Userfriendliness of Installer and development environment.
> So, when point (1) refers to a world-wide known as good programmer, OS
> maker, etc. (no matter what language he actually uses) and point (2) refers
> to Pascal, that'd be a good material for promoting Pascal. Is it?
> > * It´s written by someone with a strong dislike for pascal.
> And that's the power of this promoting material. A big pascal hater prefers
> pascal to do things right! :D
I'm the same opinion.
> has Bee.ography at:
> fpc-pascal maillist - fpc-pascal at lists.freepascal.org
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