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Re: Domain

From: Bob Badour <bbadour_at_golden.net>
Date: Tue, 30 Dec 2003 17:14:45 -0500
Message-ID: <BK-dncrl0exwZWyi4p2dnA@golden.net>


"Marshall Spight" <mspight_at_dnai.com> wrote in message news:1JkIb.699321$Tr4.1745245_at_attbi_s03...
> "Bob Badour" <bbadour_at_golden.net> wrote in message
news:5didnbY3IvfBVWyiRVn-iQ_at_golden.net...
> > "Marshall Spight" <mspight_at_dnai.com> wrote in message
> > news:kIiIb.15973$xX.41122_at_attbi_s02...
> > >
> > > If you look at the field of programming languages, the last 30 years
> > > has seen a lot of activity, a lot of new ideas, and a lot of
advancements
> > > in type systems.
> >
> > Really? The only real advancement I have seen is in TTM.
> >
> > Specifically, how has it advanced?
> >
> > Do you honestly think C++ represents an advance in type systems?
>
> I take it from this question that you're thinking I'm thinking C++ and
> Java are state-of-the-art in programming languages. They aren't.
> (They are state-of-the-art in being popular, though.) I'm more
> interested in things like Haskell.

Then why did you propose Java as a paradigm and mention C++ in your message?
>
>
> Marshall
>
>
Received on Tue Dec 30 2003 - 16:14:45 CST

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