Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 15th Jul 2006 22:45 UTC
.NET (dotGNU too) Jeff Cogswell writes: "I'm about to make a confession. Even though I've written several books and articles about C++, I have a secret: C++ isn't my favorite language. I have lots of languages that I use, each one for different purposes. But the language I consider my all-time favorite is Python."
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RE[3]: Python is . . .
by Tuishimi on Sun 16th Jul 2006 18:45 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Python is . . ."
Tuishimi
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2005-07-06

Two things, not that I mentioned WHEN I used FORTRAN, better tools have since arrived on scene, and note that you do not NEED dynamic memory and multi-threading for MOST APPLICATIONS. If you need any kind of data locking you could either rely on a database or file system, or even use shared, public pages to manage locking.

Please never say that a programming language "creates this" or "creates that". The people who use it are the ones responsible for HOW it is used. Programming languages do not write programs, people write programs.

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