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From: Mattias EngdegÄ rd <mattias@v...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] A labltk book?
>Even dumbed down C++ doesn't work well as a target language
>due to a large number of 'non-orthogonalities' where some
>of the few good invariants C provides are lost. Unfortunately
>ISO C99 also trends that way for C as well.

Would you mind elaborating? What non-orthogonalities in C++ and C
did you have in mind?