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SubjectRe: [Criticism] On the discussion about C++ modules
** Reply to message from Eray Ozkural <erayo@cs.bilkent.edu.tr> on Mon, 16 Oct
2000 07:55:30 +0300


> I don't want to repeat myself, but C++ doesn't force you to use
> any bad programming practice that will result in slow code:
> * exceptions everywhere
> * polymorphism everywhere
> * dynamic type checking everywhere
> * new/delete everywhere
> * huge non-const objects copied everywhere
> ...
>
> If you think that C++ proggys _have_ to contain such terrible code,
> then I'll have to conclude that you haven't learnt coding in C++.

I'll second that. It's amazing what FUD people spread about C++ in this list.



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