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Thank you.
Dec 26 '05 #1
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On Mon, 26 Dec 2005 01:45:54 -0800, "Jim Langston"
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Thank you.

Who are the trolls here?

Bob Hairgrove
Dec 26 '05 #2

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"Bob Hairgrove" <in*****> wrote in message
On Mon, 26 Dec 2005 01:45:54 -0800, "Jim Langston"
<ta*******> wrote:
Thank you.

Who are the trolls here?

Andrej Hristoliubov
Dec 27 '05 #3

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Agreed. I'm pleased that an informed conversation, with good points
made on all sides, has so readily drowned out the irritating squealing
of lesser Usenet organisms. Kudos to all (well, most).


Dec 29 '05 #4

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Jim Langston wrote:
Thank you.
Well a topic that has got over 80 responses from many different
contributors (can't be bothered counting but it's enough) is obviously
interesting enough to be on the minds of people who post here.

It is of great interest to me. We are here to discuss the language of
C++ and if you follow the discussion it has become a topic on that
subject, and its use in the world.
From a personal point of view I love C++, I would like to see it

further developed and used in greenfield projects. I do not want to
spend the rest of my career maintaining legacy code while all the new
exciting stuff is done in other languages like C# or Java.

Jan 5 '06 #5

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