> "OOP to Nuts" was a great title for a response to "Nuts to OOP"
>
> The front cover, however, had the slightly more inflammatory (but also
> more accurate) "Ada: Nuts to C++"
>
> I think this was the magazine I complained about pretending Ada doesn't
> exist.  Now I must eat my words.  The "cover article" about ways to
> prevent mismatching units of measure had a few "by the way" remarks about
> deficiencies of C/C++ and advantages of Ada.

Don't eat your words -- send them to the editor, Michael Barr!  [log in to unmask]

We'll get more by praising what we want to see when we see it...

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