Author Topic: "Stop Teaching C" - Kate Gregory  (Read 32966 times)

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Re: "Stop Teaching C" - Kate Gregory
« Reply #200 on: November 11, 2016, 07:40:38 pm »
I saw a mention of ZeroMQ in the stackoverflow thread, the developer has some choice things to say about C++ for lower level programming.

What seems to be necessary for C++ to be suitable for projects to be maintainable is a big stick, as always with programmers. The adherence to the C++ subset chosen for a project should be guaranteed by a code sanitizer, rather than depending on programmer discipline.

We need C++-.

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