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John Carmack
Considering that 8 bit BASICs of the 70s had range checked and garbage collected strings, it is amazing how much damage C has done.
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Josh Melnick 30 Apr 13
I love that we have finally reached the point where people are shaking their fists at the young'ins about coding.
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Darcy L. N. B.Silva 30 Apr 13
What about the good parts ?
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Gary Barwick 30 Apr 13
C was an amazing language but now knowing what I know about languages a "C" is the grade I would give it.
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snap: o do insta 30 Apr 13
that is so true. Granted it was also slow as molasses, but it got the job done
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Marcus Pollice 30 Apr 13
You don't really want to bring back that crutch of a programming language. C has issues that come with it's power
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Stephan Vermette 30 Apr 13
It's the attitude of "memory is cheap" and "CPUs are faster" that corrupts young minds and makes them write sloppy code. :-)
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Daniel Ratcliffe 30 Apr 13
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Darcy L. N. B.Silva 30 Apr 13
I have an idea for a game. Who should I talk to and how do I reach him/her ? Are you this person ?
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Tom Voros 30 Apr 13
I can't imagine this is a popular opinion among game devs.
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Tom Horn 30 Apr 13
I see what you did there ;)
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Gary Barwick 30 Apr 13
It was a basic response!
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Magnus Edenhill 30 Apr 13
Maybe not so much C, but its common environment (POSIX,libc,et.al).
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Tom Horn 30 Apr 13
Someone needs to read you the Miranda for that terrible pun.
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Richard 30 Apr 13
Ever considered designing your own language?
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Gary Barwick 30 Apr 13
unFORTRANately I am inCOBOLable of ASSEMBLING even a BASIC PROLOG. Its to much of a HASKELL anyway.
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Arsenio Dev 30 Apr 13
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🏴 🏴 S.O.B. 🏴 🏴 30 Apr 13
Someone needed to sacrifice security in the name of speed...
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Tim Angus 30 Apr 13
We would be in a much better place now had K&R used Pascal style strings as opposed to null terminated...
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Nabeel 30 Apr 13
totally agree. even lisp in late 50s and early 60s had garbage collection.
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