Richard Maine <nos...@see.signature> wrote:(snip)
>> Richard Maine <nos...@see.signature> wrote:(then I wrote)
>> > It is also far too easy to make a simple typo by writing = instead of =>
>> > for the invocation of such a function. You end up with a statement that
>> > is legal, but code that doesn't work.
>> That problem never happens in C or Java.Well, that it true.
> As long as we are into random irrelevancies, it probably also doesn't
> happen in Portugese. At least I have trouble imagining how it would (not
> that I know any Portugese). But my advice on Fortran programming doesn't
> apply to Portugese either.
But also C has a different way to indicate if you want the pointer
Java has Object reference variables instead of pointers, and
Now, for my actual question from the previous post, can you
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