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comment Did I answer this correctly and concisely?
@Mat Thank you for the comment. I understand what you say and I'd like to add that these very broad generalizations might actually be good prep for typical interview question from large companies when they hire programmers the companies might very well ask the candidate check questions that are just like comparing two languages e.g. "What is the difference how dynamic memory is allocated in C and C++" is an interview question that I've verified that other programmers were also asked.
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comment Is there a constant for “end of time”?
@JimG.I updated the question with an example I just saw. A blogger wants to write a welcome page.
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comment What's a good way to explain the need for pointing to a pointer?
@Brian I agree that the example you put in is very good since it's common. It's one I've seen.
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