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#Actualfir

Posted 17 August 2013 - 05:04 AM

 


I could stand c++ but I am not to much devoted to it.

 

 

It seems to me that you want to flame and/or complain about c++. There's no problem with that, but it won't come to an end, either. The points that are mentioned here as disadvantages of c++ are more or less problems of the people using it.

 

No I really do not want to flame, If it goes it way it was no my intention. I do not want to convince somebody not to use c++ use c or something like that. Im mainly curious what is in use in big titles production thise days and what it look like,

(And mainly if procedural c is in usage here 'yet' - becouse I am personaly liker of that) If somebody does know. Thats all Do not want to flame on that.


#2fir

Posted 17 August 2013 - 04:13 AM

 


I could stand c++ but I am not to much devoted to it.

 

 

It seems to me that you want to flame and/or complain about c++. There's no problem with that, but it won't come to an end, either. The points that are mentioned here as disadvantages of c++ are more or less problems of the people using it.

 

No I really do not want to flame, If it goes it way it was no my intention. I do not want to convince somebody not to use c++ use c or something like that. Im mainly curious what is in use in big titles production thise days and what it look like,

(And mainly if procedural c is in usage here - becouse I am personaly liker of that) If somebody does know. Thats all Do not want to flame on that.


#1fir

Posted 17 August 2013 - 04:11 AM

 


I could stand c++ but I am not to much devoted to it.

 

 

It seems to me that you want to flame and/or complain about c++. There's no problem with that, but it won't come to an end, either. The points that are mentioned here as disadvantages of c++ are more or less problems of the people using it.

 

No I really do not want to flame, If it goes it way it was no my intention. I do not want to convince somebody not to use c++ use c or something like that. Im mainly curious what is in use in big titles production thise days and what it look like,

(And mainly if procedural c is in usage here - becouse I am personaly liker of that) If somebody does know. Thats all :)


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