Re: Programming language in Linux?
From: dalo (daloNOsp_at_PLZibelgique.com)
Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2003 22:46:27 +0200
firstname.lastname@example.org berichtte ons:
> |isn't C++ the most used language for building applications ?
> It depends on what kind of application.
> And even if it's the most used (and how do you measure that anyway?
> lines of code written, programmers using it, projects using it, number
> of copies of compilers installed?), it doesn't mean that one should use it
> without examining the requirements.
> Personally I like the higher level languages like Perl/Python/Ruby/Tcl
> etc. for ease of writing. If you are a newbie with C/C++, you will get
> these crashes if you don't understand how pointers work and how to
> manage memory.
then there is the option of kylix/delphi, talking of higher level languages
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