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SubjectRe: linux headers and C++
In <E111SO5-00054d-00@the-village.bc.nu> Alan Cox (alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk) wrote:
>> so do you really think C++ (and OOP in general) is a
>> retrogression compared to C ??

> Please don't confuse object oriented with C++. Decent programmers can write
> object oriented assembler, fortran or even cobol (although they normally leave
> in the latter case). Linux is heavily object oriented but without using a
> glorified pre-processor on it

And about object oriented assembler: TASM has special "object-oriented
extensions" (though I never seen them used in real life)...




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