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From: Chris Sparks <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Tue, 1 Aug 2000 06:07:35 -0700
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I have been sitting on the sidelines viewing all of the e-mail regarding this
topic and frankly it is wearing quite thin.  Could we please stop this thread

Chris Sparks

Andrew Logue wrote:

> Jesus Craig, this is exactly the type of bullshit attitude that Rich. Conn.
> is
> fighting against.  Sure, stand back and sneer because Rich admitted that VB
> code "fails from time to time".  You know what?  BFD!!!!!  There is
> absolutely
> no such thing as perfect software (and that includes Ada software). VB is a
> perfectly acceptable language (I use that term loosely) for writing things
> like internet chat rooms, simple database front-ends, etc.
> Not everything is a life-and-death situation where 100% uptime and
> ultra-high
> reliability is required.