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comment Is the C programming language still used?
@sbi I didn't state C++ is a OOP language (nor do I equal it with OO), but that it offers OOP capabilities. How many of them to be considered a fully OOP language I don't know and that's not the point at all I believe.
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@Nikhil have you tried power shell? alternatively, a GIT shell (or equivalent) can easily provide you the power of a unix shell for free.
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comment Should a programmer take writing lessons to enhance code expressiveness?
I got the point. Actually, I was thinking more about the use of domain-specific languages. I reached a point where I feel more comfortable in programming in a domain-specific language instead of using the base syntax of a general purpose programming language. This makes your code more easily understandable and straightforward, even to non-programmers. I was wondering if this was due to my bad english vocabulary, hence the thought about writing lessons.
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comment Should a programmer take writing lessons to enhance code expressiveness?
That's the point. Even if your code won't be necessarily better, you will become a better person, especially in communicating with other programmers or co-workers. I guess my question should have been formulated differently :)
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comment Should a programmer take writing lessons to enhance code expressiveness?
Thank you, I'm trying my best! Actually, I reached the point where the syntax of a general purpose programming language is not enough to express myself when coding. I'm now programming preprocessor tools to enhance the language syntax, and implementing domain-specific languages for the same matter, which is perhaps better than trying to force expressiveness in a general purpose programming language.