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I’m currently preparing for this a bit with some skeleton code and a few libraries. I can’t get over the fact that most of the code I’m writing on Linux just works on DOS. 😳 The C compiler I’m using on DOS is from 1992. 🤯 Some modern stuff and some POSIX functions are not available, yes, but I can work around that.

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@movq@www.uninformativ.de I don’t like languages like Ruby, Java, C# or other similar languages for several reasons:

  • The number of things you have to know and hold in your head (conceptual things about the language, types, patterns, esoteric shit™, etc) is too high.
  • These types of languages make it very difficult to “read” and “understand” the code well. Remember Rob Pike’s infamous quote “languages are more often read than written”.
  • These types of languages (due to the way they chose to implement/design their module/import systems) make it near impossible to know what’s being used where.

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