You have seen me talking about C and C++

Discussion in 'C++' started by aminer, Jun 11, 2014.

  1. aminer

    aminer Guest


    You have seen me talking about C and C++ , and i think
    that C and C++ are an elitist tool, they were designed
    with the same spirit as Unixes, and this spirit is
    making the things difficult so that only the elites can
    use effectivly C and C++ and Unixes... so you have to understand
    me dear programmers, i am a leftist and i am a socialist and i think
    that the most important improvement that brings socialism is that it
    tries to miminize at best social darwinism, this is why i have tried to
    minimize social darwinism by avoiding those complicated and difficult
    tools such as C and C++ and Unixes, and this is why i have decided
    to defend Object Pascal, cause i think that Object Pascal is a kind
    of a socialist tool that easy the things for programmer,
    so it is in accordance with my philosophy of "intelligent easiness"..

    C and C++ are wild beasts that hurts the weaker human among us,
    those C and C++ wild beasts can be powerful, but even though they
    can be powerful they hurts the weaker humans among us that finds C and
    C++ too difficult and too complex, so since C and C++ are complex and
    difficult they will likely create something like a darwinian filter who
    don't let the weaker humans among us humans to cross or to climb the
    social ladder, and we call that social darwinism, so the complexity and
    difficulty of C and C++ language do participate to social darwinism, and
    this is bad i think.

    Hope you have understood my final words about C and C++

    Thank you,
    Amine Moulay Ramdane.
    aminer, Jun 11, 2014
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  2. Hope you have understood my final words about C and C++

    Could you please keep them *final*?

    Wouter van Ooijen, Jun 12, 2014
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  3. aminer

    red floyd Guest

    No, you can do that in C++11, as well.
    red floyd, Jun 13, 2014
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