[fpc-pascal] Changing variable in conditional
Jorge Aldo G. de F. Junior
jagfj80 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 9 04:00:16 CET 2013
Your phrase almost made me care about...
Do you wanna make me care ? Show some points, make a constructive
critic about what i said etc.
For all that matter, your answer is just a plain old argumentum ad
hominem, a fallacy category, and being a fallacy, tells me you cant
really make a good answer, so i infer you are the idiot here.
2013/1/8 Henry Vermaak <henry.vermaak at gmail.com>:
> On Tue, Jan 08, 2013 at 08:19:15AM -0300, Jorge Aldo G. de F. Junior wrote:
>> C programmers are (usually, but there are a lot of exceptions) bad
>> programmers who confuse the power of a language with the capability of
>> decrease the ammount of typing needed to reach a certain goal.
>> They despise pascal because pascal is somewhat verbose (ignoring that
>> this is what makes pascal readable) because they think that the best
>> language is the one wich allows to write a whole program in a single
>> line of code.
>> Thats because they dont usually think before writing, they think while
>> they are implementing, and then the only thing between current momment
>> and the momment when their program is "ready" is the ammount of
>> Pascal programmers tend to plan ahead, they think before they type. We
>> type a lot because of Pascal verboseness, but usually our code is
>> right from the start. We end up typing less because we fix less bugs.
>> Pascal generally improves programmer productivity. Lets not break this
>> by adding crazy ideas from C/C++ family of languages...
> "Better to keep your mouth closed and be thought a fool than to open it
> and remove all doubt"
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