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From: "j.m.kamrad.ii" <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 1997 10:29:23 -0600
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>What there is instead is an equal and opposite mandate known as
>anti-mandatism that will flock to C/C++ because these languages are more

Please explain to me why C/C++ is considered "fun" to use.  I know what is
fun in software development -- going through software integration and test
with no major problems.  I have had significantly more "fun" with Ada than
other languages.  And other empirical evidence also bears this out.  So
what "fun" am I missing in these languages???


Mike Kamrad
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