Re: [OT] Java, C# : no need for templates?
Date: Fri, 02 Jul 2004 22:08:28 -0400
> How do Java and C# developers replace templates in their
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- Re: Why We Use C Than C++...
... functions to handle hardware interrupts and C is the most portable language for doing this. ... templates and the practice of using classes in the place of primitives, to name two examples, cause unacceptable code bloat. ... An experienced team of C developers will produce a much better result than an inexperienced team of C++ developers. ...
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... developers may find that manifestation of Access utilization a great ... Everyone is free to adopt their own documentation practices from ... To which Access 2003 templates do you refer? ... particular naming convention nor that makes any good arguments ...