Newsgroups: comp.programming, comp.lang.c++, comp.lang.basic.visual
From: "Ioannis Vranos" <noi...@spammers.get.lost.hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 25 Aug 2002 04:05:48 +0300
Local: Sat, Aug 24 2002 9:05 pm
Subject: Re: Please give me your input on my sites change
"Richard Heathfield" <bin...@eton.powernet.co.uk> wrote in messagenews:3D675BDD.14069F08@eton.powernet.co.uk...
> > "VB is not really for programming. VB is only suitable for drawingI just said my opinion. My opinion is that VB is a nice
> > interfaces. C++ on the other hand is a real programming language".
> Ioannis, that's a ludicrous claim. VB is a perfectly reasonable
system-dependent tool for building interfaces. Do you disagree? Well,
that means you have a different opinion. It's a free world.
I still believe that the dog is not needed. :)
> > Also the dog is not needed.
> Purely a matter of taste, and hardly a relevant criticism, when
> > 2) Do not mix ANSI C++ code & concepts with Visual C++ extensions.Yes.
> Not when explaining the language, anyway. Of course, there are times
> > 3) Learn C++ (i am learning too). Since you know the basics, iThanks.
> > "The C++ Programming Language" 3rd Edition or Special Edition by
> > Bjarne Stroustrup (the creator of C++). The reading will take a
> > couple+ years, but this is what it takes for people to become
> > programmers.
> This is sound advice.
> > I do not think that VB-specific content is useful.Yes. Still i do not think it is useful. :)
> Well, you wouldn't, would you? But some VB programmers might
> > A betterDo you mean that i oppress him because i am saying my opinion?
> > system-level but wide approach would be .NET and perhaps there you
> > use VB.
> How noble of you to allow that generous concession. Look, if the guy
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