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    write in c

    "When I find my code in tons of trouble
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    And bugs are all that I can see
    Somewhere someone whispers, write in C

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    ¡Amo fútbol!
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    Since c++==c is true, does that mean the same applies to c++.

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    > Since c++==c is true, does that mean the same applies to c++.

    C++>=C
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    That's a good one .
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    Originally posted by vsriharsha
    > Since c++==c is true, does that mean the same applies to c++.

    C++>=C
    Oh really? I don't think so:
    Code:
    #include <stdio.h>
    int main ( void )
    {
        int c = 4;
        return printf("%d == %d", c++, c );
    }
    See? Clearly, C++ == C. On a more philisophical level, if I am incrementing myself, I will always equal myself. And therefore, I cannot ever be greater than myself. Chew on that one for a while...

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    Gee whiz, I guess they should have named it ++C.

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    >On a more philisophical level, if I am incrementing myself, I will
    >always equal myself. And therefore, I cannot ever be greater than myself.
    My my quzah, you seem to be your biggest rival then

    >I guess they should have named it ++C
    No, it should have been C += Smalltalk.

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