Re: Microsoft's C++ bigotry
Sure and then they should have changed the name. I'm sure they'll get around
to making the changes you all want in a future version, just to break everyone
They seem to enjoy that.
"Eddie Burdak" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Patrick Troughton wrote:
>:: For those of you who think they cleaned up the language too much, I
>:: say they cleaned it up too little. It's an improvement over VB6
>:: though. I wish they would have went further....opportunities like
>:: this only come around once in a decade...
>You're right. if they are going to clean up the language they should
>have gone the whole hog. Why do only half a job? Just document it show
>what depreciated and give an example of the one and only way.
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