In article <MHTg8.4668$7Y4.1047...@news20.bellglobal.com>,
Bart Kowalski <m...@nospam.com> wrote:So nonexistant that it has a magazine with that in its name, though
>And BTW, C/C++ is a non-existent entity so it doesn't make sense to
>talk about it.
I think that merely drives some overly sensitive types like you mad
just to see http://www.cuj.com/ . C/C++ may not have an ISO/ANSI
standard, true. However, it is sometimes useful to refer to them
together based on their similarities and heritage, rather than their
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