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comment Python: What is the point of using “import”?
I don't get it... Could you explain it for a newb? :(
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comment Why would you ever use Lisp?
I got your back
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comment Why would you ever use Lisp?
Ah I see where you're comin from. Gotcha ;-)
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comment Why would you ever use Lisp?
@S.Lott - That's why I said it doesn't "seem" as intuitive. And thanks, Job, for the link!
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comment Why is C++ known as 'premature optimizaton'?
Thanks for the correction :P
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comment Why is C++ known as 'premature optimizaton'?
@Coder - Can you do everything in C++ that you can with C? Because I heard that C basically has the power of assembly (complete control of the machine) while I was wondering if the same could be said - and done efficiently - in C++
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comment Why is C++ known as 'premature optimizaton'?
Well, I heard the gap is closing, and possibly marginal in many cases, that it's "not fair to automatically say C++ is 'faster' than Java"........
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comment Why is C++ known as 'premature optimizaton'?
The last part of your comment you're referring to the Java part right?
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comment Why would you ever use Lisp?
@user16764 - what do you mean by "macro" and "macro languages"?
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