rcozens at pon.net
Wed Feb 25 10:53:46 CST 2004
>I'd say a call of the right function in the correct library takes
>about one line.
and how many lines are in the function?
>But C or C++ isn't a language on its own, as you depict. You always
>access a large pool of libraries, you (surely?) don't reinvent
>wheels, tires or women every time you start coding something.
Sorry, I depict it that way because that's the way it was when I
programmed in C in the 1980s. Admittedly, I am ignorant of how it
has evolved since then; however, whatever front end utilities may
have been added, I assume C syntax is still C syntax.
So, since I am beyond my knowledge base, my suggestion would be to
put stock in what Opie & Tom McGrath have reported regarding their
productivity gains using Run Rev.
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