From: "Stefan Monnier" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: convincing management to switch to Ocaml
Date: 26 Aug 1999 14:36:52 -0400
>>>>> "John" == John Skaller <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Wrong. C++ is type safe, provided you don't use casts.
And several other C constructs like unions, arrays, varargs, manual
memory management, ...
I wish my crond and other similar daemons were written in O'Caml
or some other safe language. After all, where is bit-twiddling
(or CPU-performance as opposed to IO and algorithm speed) required
in those programs anyway ?
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