At 1:18 PM -0500 9/29/99, bpaduraru wrote:
>C is very good for pro people. A pro can't complain about string
>manipulation. I made some programs with c API and I don't find yet
>something difficult to use.
>So Ed is very right.
> Bogdan Paduraru
>software engineer - Petar (www.petar.ro)
I see. So if you don't program in C, you can't be called a professional.
Is that what you're saying?
>On Wed, 29 Sep 1999, Ed Carp wrote:
>> On Wed, 29 Sep 1999, Paul DuBois wrote:
>> > At 1:29 AM -0500 9/29/99, bpaduraru wrote:
>> > >C was, is and will be always faster than Perl.
>> > >
>> > > Bogdan Paduraru
>> > >software engineer - Petar (www.petar.ro)
>> > Faster to execute. Very likely slower if you're talking about the
>> > time needed to write your program, particularly if you're doing
>> > a lot of string manipulation.
>> That's OK - write once, run many times. C is the clear winner. If you
>> use the MyC C API, your code development time is also cut significantly
>> (plug, plug).
>> String manipulation code isn't hard to write, and there are a fair number
>> of string manipulation functions in most C libraries.
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