# If you think about it...

• 11-03-2001
DavidP
# = 1/2 step up //in music
b = 1/2 step down //in music
++ = one step up //in the C/++/# language
-- = one step down

Therefore:

C = 1
C# = 1.5
C++ = 2

Therefore C++ must be better than C#. :D
• 11-03-2001
nvoigt
hm... well... actually, C++ is only 2 AFTER you used it, while C# is 1.5 right when you use it :p:p:p
• 11-03-2001
Garfield
C = 1
C# = 1.5
C++ = 2

I beg to differ. You see, you interpret this totally wrong. You have to do it like this:

C = 1st Place
C# = 1.5st Place
C++ = 2nd Place

You see, C RULES!!!

--Garfield the Great
• 11-03-2001
quzah
> hm... well... actually, C++ is only 2 AFTER you used it,

No, C becomes C++ after it's incremented. Sheesh! ++ is one of the first operators you learn in C! Even n00bs know:

c++ means c incremented once, or c += 1.

Simply put, even the "joke" about "It should be ++C." is incorrect.
My statement is correct: First there was C. Now, since it already
exists, it is indeed a post increment, thus, C++.

Quzah.
• 11-04-2001
-KEN-
Question:

C++(2)%C#(1.5) = 333333333333333(...)

so where does C% come in as a language!? I want to invent it! it can be 3333333333333333333333333333333333333 times better than C!