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c++ - Does D Measure Up?

reply "Greg Peet" <admin gregpeet.com> writes:
Matt Wilson attacks again with his "balls-to-the-wall" style of excellent
article writing.
http://www.windevnet.com/wdn/webextra/2003/0313/

In this article he cross-examines some popular languages (D is there!). Read
for yourself .... =)
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Gregory Peet

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Aug 18 2003
next sibling parent reply "Matthew Wilson" <matthew stlsoft.org> writes:
Well, I'm not sure that I can agree with your estimation of its worth, and
I'm a little disturbed by your description of my style. (What does that
mean, you strange American fellow?)

However, hopefully there's plenty of interest in there for anyone who's
dealing with one or more of C, C++, C#(/NET), D or Java.

Feel free to tell me all the bits I've got wrong. ;)

Matthew

"Greg Peet" <admin gregpeet.com> wrote in message
news:bhrvod$2glm$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Matt Wilson attacks again with his "balls-to-the-wall" style of excellent
 article writing.
 http://www.windevnet.com/wdn/webextra/2003/0313/

 In this article he cross-examines some popular languages (D is there!).

 for yourself .... =)
 -- 

 Regards,
 Gregory Peet

 Fellow Digital Martian
 STLSoft FAQ: http://stlsoft.gregpeet.com

Aug 18 2003
parent "Phill" <phillbert pacific.net.au> writes:
hahahah
I thought he must of been an Aussie



"Matthew Wilson" <matthew stlsoft.org> wrote in message
news:bhs0eg$2hjt$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Well, I'm not sure that I can agree with your estimation of its worth, and
 I'm a little disturbed by your description of my style. (What does that
 mean, you strange American fellow?)

 However, hopefully there's plenty of interest in there for anyone who's
 dealing with one or more of C, C++, C#(/NET), D or Java.

 Feel free to tell me all the bits I've got wrong. ;)

 Matthew

 "Greg Peet" <admin gregpeet.com> wrote in message
 news:bhrvod$2glm$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Matt Wilson attacks again with his "balls-to-the-wall" style of


 article writing.
 http://www.windevnet.com/wdn/webextra/2003/0313/

 In this article he cross-examines some popular languages (D is there!).

 for yourself .... =)
 --

 Regards,
 Gregory Peet

 Fellow Digital Martian
 STLSoft FAQ: http://stlsoft.gregpeet.com


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Aug 19 2003
prev sibling parent Yeric < REMOVE AmigaBloke yahoo.co.uk REMOVE> writes:
Greg Peet wrote:

 Matt Wilson attacks again with his "balls-to-the-wall"
 style of excellent article writing.
 http://www.windevnet.com/wdn/webextra/2003/0313/
 
 In this article he cross-examines some popular languages
 (D is there!). Read for yourself .... =)

It makes for very interesting reading. Now all we need is for someone to take the best from them all and create another language <g> Just a thought the Intel compiler may outperform other C++ compilers due to the fact that it is written by Intel engineers, who most likely know the ins and outs of the P4 better than anybody else is likely to in a long while. Cheers
Aug 19 2003