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Friedrich Dominicus wrote:What problem ? I man, anybody saw the problem (aside from a couple of cobol
> Well exactly that is not the case. Why was there a year 2000 problem?
> Because nobody expected software to survice longer then a fewWell, the money spent in solving the 2kY problem is known to be one of the
> years. How many billions of dollars were spend on fixing those
> "could-not-survive-so-long" software.
biggest wastes on the IT market (has anyone evaluated upgradding-to-XP
> And every standard is just the snapshot in time. How many standards dopersonally I see lots of projects without a standard evolve faster than
> exist for Fortran? How many for C?
Common Lisp (Perl, Python, Ruby, PHP). I would be all on the side of
dropping the standard (it doesn't help portability a lot because if you use
multithreading or sockets or one of those things not standarized *yet*, you
are screwed. But, I'm just a newbie.
Pupeno <pup...@pupeno.com> (http://pupeno.com)
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