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Re: The future..
2004-01-24 01:54:31 PM
a few years. Hard to break old habits :)
That is the problem, I have seen much too often in the past where I worked
do can be encapsulated in a simple function.
Well, different strokes for different folks. I actually like the OOP
types hurts its performance as I understand it. Then again, the
The only exception is when dealing with primitive types. Then Object
object allocation/deallocations in C# and java are heavily optimized
and are just moving pointers around most of the time i'm sure. Thats
the one place they mop up C++ with the standard allocator :)
in C at this point. Its just to prone to bugs and security lapses.
Please note, I am not against either C or C++. They both have their places
There's still lots of life left in C though on other platforms.
C++ still makes a fine all around langage for just about anything.
Between Boost, STL, and wx/qt you can pretty much build an app that
will run on just about any platform. It's not as consistent as java
but it doesnt come with all the warts either. My three biggest gripes
with java are lack of deterministic destructors, JNI, and the fact the
each process has to have its own VM.