keramida at ceid.upatras.gr
Mon Feb 21 03:22:28 GMT 2005
On 2005-02-20 16:34, Gert Cuykens <gert.cuykens at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thx i think i understand now :)
Not quite, I'm afraid.
> PS Freebsd source is c++ right ? So you could also call this the free
> c++ question mailing list :)
No. FreeBSD is written mostly in C. C++ is a very different language,
so please don't mix the two.
> Also about all the get a c++ book comments, i tryed that once but when
> i ask the book a question, it doesnt say anything back. It only makes
> noises when you flaper the pages trough the wind.
"Jokes" like this are not good responses to a list that you expect help
from. We all know what books are good for. You do too.
> By the way if somebody passing your street asking for direction you
> dont answer get a map either right ?
That "direction" though may very well be a simple reference to a more
authoritative source of information, i.e. a map. In the specific case
of programming languages, the standards or books that define the
languages are the _most_ authoritative sources of information.
Therefore, the reply "get yourself a good book and read it" is actually
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