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Date: Thu, 10 Jun 1999 09:54:51 +1000
Reply-To: Dale Stanbrough <[log in to unmask]>
From: Dale Stanbrough <[log in to unmask]>
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>One can argue with my numbers (please do; I unfortunately do not have the
>metrics available to give accurate comparisons), but it does not help to
>say something is "patently false".  Not many people will be persuaded with
>that.


The opposite of "patently false" is "patently true". Do the other people
have the proof that C _is_ cheaper? No doubt they will mumble about
"we don't need proof, we all _know_ that it is cheaper". (You may get
the same argument from Ada people). However arguing from
a position of _assuming_ the C claims are true will always put you behind.


Dale

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