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comment Where did the notion of “one return only” come from?
+1 good point. Printing debugging is useful to me and this is good idea for it.
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comment How to have two different programmings with two different languages interact?
I know there is Swig, it seems to do the thing You want to, but I have not used it. So You try it and see :).
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comment Purpose of ending tags in SGML/HTML/XML?
@Loki Offtopic: Imagine it would be <tag1 <tag2 >>, so for example <tag1 some huge amount of text <tag2 another huge amount > third huge amount > fourth huge amount. You can jump from beginning to the end of such tag, in editors who support it (in Vim, it is just by %, so it is very easy thing). Parameters, for they must be there and they must not break previous rule, might be then something like <tag #parameters # text and tags enclosed> ...
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comment Purpose of ending tags in SGML/HTML/XML?
@Loki True.:) I see Your point, but doing such file by hand?
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comment Is object oriented really good for kids?
@WTP Thanks. :) Very Young people. About 10 years. Those with no previous experience of programming and little mathematical background.
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comment Purpose of ending tags in SGML/HTML/XML?
thank You very much :)
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