Re: I need an understanding of what C++ is good for -Thanks
Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 18:37:02 -0400
"Howard" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > > A truly good programmer should be able to pick up a new language
> > > easily. Now, given the (at least potential) complexity of C++, I
> > > hardly expect the person to become a "good C++ programmer" in a few
> > weeks...
> > Exactly, which is why it's ridiculous not to ask about C++ programming.
> Well, that's where I disagree with you. I'd rather have a truly good
> programmer with little or no C++ experience than a mediocre C++
There was no such choice given. I'd rather have that too. The point is
there's no substitute for experience. I'd rather have a truly good
programmer with plenty of C++ experience than a truly good programmer with
no C++ experience. THAT is the point.
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