> Just back from Software Technology Conference. The C++ and Java
> languages are making real inroads into the DoD software development
> now that the "mandate" is abrogated. However, I met many people who
> are still convinced that Ada is the correct choice for software
> development when failure is not an option.
> Howabout, "Ada. When failure is not an option."
Not one to start religious wars, but it is amazing what you find in
the Bible. Howabout:
"So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall
not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please,
and it shall prosper _in_the_thing_ whereto I sent it."
-- Isaiah 55:11 (King James version)
If God says he doesn't use C++ for OOP when he wants things to
work, I'll take His word for it. (I ran into this because a partial
quote was in a hymn at chuch a few weeks back. I had to run down the
reference. I even thought about using it as a .sig, but figured most
people wouldn't understand it.)
Robert I. Eachus
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