Looking for ugly code comparisons WAS: Slashdotter looking for kids' programming language
dave at looktowindward.com
Fri Dec 12 08:06:57 CST 2008
It's easy to come up with ugly code in any language, the trick is to
make beautiful code in *any* language. Out of the many programming
languages I've used, I've come across lot of *very* ugly code, and
ugly code is ugly code whatever language, however, ugly code in
RunRev is far far uglier than in any other language I've used for a
number of reasons.
It's seem like clutching at straws and verging on being deceitful to
make RunRev look good by showing how bad other languages can be,
while at the same time keeping quiet about how ugly RunRev code can be!
All the Best
On 11 Dec 2008, at 17:52, Judy Perry wrote:
> I again come hat-in-hand to ask for some really ugly-looking code
> in those "real world" programming languages to compare with Rev for
> Slashdot thread.
> Posters there are actually recommending things like Assembly(!),
> Java, & C#!
> Specifically the OP was looking to teach basics such as conditionals,
> variables & loops.
> Does anyone have any ugly examples?
> On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 12:21 AM, Bill Marriott <wjm at wjm.org> wrote:
>> Actually, it would be great if a LOT of people suggested Rev, and
>> in some
>> depth, according to their passion! (Richmond, this seems RIGHT up
>> alley!) The thread is filled with a lot of people who are
>> suggesting Ruby,
>> Python, even C++! Strikes me as verging on child abuse to subject
>> a 14-yo
>> that, but who am I to say? :)
>> Seriously, would love to see folks come out and letting the world
>> our product, it would be a great way to promote the language we
>> all love.
>> "Judy Perry" <katheryn.swynford at gmail.com>
>>> Subj: Slashdotter looking for kids' programming language
>>> Someone might want to suggest Rev...
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