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    Thats not OO, it's just an SVO-style dispatch...

    Thats not OO, it's just an SVO-style dispatch notation. You can have one without the other.
  2. Thread: BSD licenses

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    Yes.

    Yes.
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    OpenGL 2.1 is old, if you're okay with using it...

    OpenGL 2.1 is old, if you're okay with using it still, why wouldn't be okay with using the old GTK as well?
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    C is literally in the name. So no, he wouldn't...

    C is literally in the name. So no, he wouldn't have. Maybe he still would have gone the same route. But FORTRAN++ or ALGOL++ would certainly have a very different language from C++.
  5. My guess is a seeker is a person in the queue...

    My guess is a seeker is a person in the queue waiting for blood.

    Also, OP's user name is ironic.
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    It's not as useful as it seems. Purity is trivial...

    It's not as useful as it seems. Purity is trivial to statically prove. And it doesn't help with CTFE, since if you want to guarantee it, the expression in question should be decorated as such, which...
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    Poll: Wow. Now I have to know, Epy, John, who's hot to...

    Wow. Now I have to know, Epy, John, who's hot to you?
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    C++ doesn't have duck typing. What you're...

    C++ doesn't have duck typing. What you're thinking of is either inheritance or specialization overloading.
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    Your Haskell is enterprise quality...

    Your Haskell is enterprise quality :D
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    You would make a good Java programmer, John

    You would make a good Java programmer, John
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    No fragmentation is going to come about because...

    No fragmentation is going to come about because of optional features. Compiler writers are smarter than you give them credit for. A compiler that doesn't support optional features, will likely not be...
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    Maybe, but no more than non-tailcall,...

    Maybe, but no more than non-tailcall, untrampolined recursion, which is very commonplace.

    Why? I've never seen a general non-embedded platform that doesn't support it.
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    Move the goalposts much? Who was talking about...

    Move the goalposts much? Who was talking about nonemulatable features? You said C++ was a strict superset of C, and so I gave an incomplete list of some examples demonstrating the contrary.


    I...
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    Well... Variable length arrays, Compound...

    Well... Variable length arrays, Compound literals, Designated initializers, Elysias that can't google, and Type-generic macros, to name a few. Most of these are available to C++ as extensions, though...
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    I can't tell if you're serious, or parodying...

    I can't tell if you're serious, or parodying Elysia.
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    Untrue. C has several features that C++ does not....

    Untrue. C has several features that C++ does not.


    Maybe. C is still used because for its users, less is more.
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    Hate to break it to you, but species have been...

    Hate to break it to you, but species have been going extinct long before humans started having any effect.


    You're conflating pollution with climate change. Also, the US president doesn't have...
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    The irony

    The irony
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    How in the world is this a Linux problem? You...

    How in the world is this a Linux problem? You know, you're gonna have a bad time if start manually putting files in C:\Program Files, too.
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    Grouping has actually been in Windows since XP,...

    Grouping has actually been in Windows since XP, but anyway...
    Unity, KDE, Gnome, and more provide full docks.
    KDE, Mate, Cinnamon, XFCE, and more provide the classic window list (with grouping).
    ...
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    "They" have. Gentoo or Arch may not provide you...

    "They" have. Gentoo or Arch may not provide you with a GUI, but Ubuntu, Fedora, Mint, etc does. You can do everything from installation to disk formatting to network and firewall configuration to...
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    I do think most touted polls, including CNN's,...

    I do think most touted polls, including CNN's, do/will accurately reflect the outcome of the election. However, this is distinctly different from public opinion.


    Any poll conducted by a neutral...
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    You call CNN's poll scientific, but you never...

    You call CNN's poll scientific, but you never once mention what methods they employ to ensure the accuracy of their polls. I'm sure you're not just slapping the "science" label on something just...
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    There is no such thing as good OO. OO is why...

    There is no such thing as good OO.

    OO is why the aliens won't make contact with us.
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    So many ephemeral frameworks... that's why I...

    So many ephemeral frameworks... that's why I prefer Vanilla JS, this framework is 20 years old and still going strong.
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