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comment Is Java (still) the cross platform language of choice?
@CamiloMartin: Any idea of any of those are statically checked? What about supporting templates/generics?
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comment Is Java (still) the cross platform language of choice?
Nope. Although I wish I could write C++ or some other language LLVM supports instead of JS...
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comment Is Java (still) the cross platform language of choice?
check the date. 4 years ago emscripten didn't exist. NativeClient was suppose to work (and had doom running) but it didn't.
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comment How do I explain a ruby method with a real-world analogy?
That seems SO strange to me but I believe it. Was mine helpful at all (since I can't grok why analogies are helpful lol)
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answered How do I explain a ruby method with a real-world analogy?
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comment How do I explain a ruby method with a real-world analogy?
Do you really need an analogy? Is it so hard to understand these things?
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comment Is there any reason to use C++ instead of C, Perl, Python, etc.?
Mono has excellent support on linux and runs incredibly well. My servers use it. Anything not C/C++ is slower and less powerful.
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comment Is there any reason to use C++ instead of C, Perl, Python, etc.?
@Vreality: Really? Now I really want to know. What's wrong with them? I dislike java but C# is a statically typed language with decent syntax, has generics, ditches multiple inheritances for interfaces and trades power/speed for safety/exceptions. I can't see why you'd like C/C++ much better unless you think all languages are bad except C/C++ and maybe D+Haskell
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comment Is there any reason to use C++ instead of C, Perl, Python, etc.?
@Vreality: What's wrong with C#? Do you prefer Java?
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comment How do you tackle really bizarre errors that keep you puzzled for more than 10 hours?
1) Rebuild 2) Look at an older commit to figure out what part of code has the problem 3) Make sure I understand what triggers the bug and doesnt and what the bug is actually doing 4) Isolate the code 5) Fix. Steps are always in order but not every step is must be done
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