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Is there a Windows philosophy of programming?
I've been programming both in Unix and Windows environments. Mostly I've worked in Unix, where I've learned Unix Philosophy, which can be summarized as Write programs that do one thing and do it ...
Feb 7 '11 at 7:52
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