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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Good Question
Apr
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comment Array or Malloc?
Don't touch it until you make a version maybe "works" better...
Apr
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comment How do I explain “Recursion” to a 8 years old kid?
looks more like an infinite loop, hard to break.. lol.
Apr
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comment Using C++ but not using the language's specific features, should switch to C?
oops, my time to learn! =P
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awarded  Teacher
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answered Using C++ but not using the language's specific features, should switch to C?
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awarded  Critic
Apr
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comment Why Aren't There New Versions of C?
Do you know C99?
Apr
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answered Is the C programming language still used?
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comment Is the C programming language still used?
I can't believe no one raised up the most important point (IMHO), obvius... =P ...throwing an answer..
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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comment C is written in C, how is this possible?
@Doug T. Exact my point, since C came before C++.
Mar
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comment C is written in C, how is this possible?
You can't trust code that you did not totally create yourself. (Especially code from companies that employ people like me.) Words from Ken speech. Scenario or reality, @Tacroy?
Mar
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comment C is written in C, how is this possible?
@Francesco I am from Star Wars universe, nice to meet you.
Mar
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comment C is written in C, how is this possible?
@Caleb I guess not since C++ is build upon C, but the answer for both questions looks the same. hmm... my question is more about C, before C++.
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awarded  Commentator
Mar
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comment C is written in C, how is this possible?
1st appear: "the CREATOR", 2nd to get in: "the egg." 3rd and last "the chicken" . Learned from this guys, they are very funny!
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comment C is written in C, how is this possible?
Now voted and accepted.