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From: Oleg <oleg_inconnu@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Re: "ocaml_beginners"::[] Is Caml a fraud ( especially on Windows )?
On Friday 18 October 2002 03:03 pm, Thaddeus L. Olczyk wrote:
> >Stroustup prefers C++ to any other language for most
> >tasks, Ritchie said that if he was only allowed to
> >keep one language on a desert island, it will be C,
> >etc.
> And Pierre  Weis says that I shouldn't call people liars, but when
> I see a post like this...
> There is a big difference between saying " if I could only use one
> language it would be C", and saying "C is the best language".
> Stroustrup has said  and continues to say that he refuses to get
> into the debate about what the best language is. Last I looked it
> was the stated on the FAQ on his web page.

The fact that he "refuses to get into the debate" does not mean he has no 
clear language preferences.  Common sense suggests that he uses C++ for at 
least 51% of his programming. 

BTW, good luck with your quest to find your favorite language. It would be 
nice though if you didn't cross-post discussions started on one list to 
another, no matter how all-important your replies may seem to you.

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