Re: is it possible to install a desktop-manager without python and perl?
2009/6/22 Sebastian Günther <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> * 明覺 (email@example.com) [22.06.09 05:33]:
>> I'm a junior programmer, and I plan to use only c/c++ as my
>> programming languages, and I don't like python or perl, I hope all the
>> programs in my own system are written only in c/c++ so that I will be
>> able to modify them someday in the future. thanks
> Well that is not very broadminded...
> And you should, as a programmer, at least have a little knowledge of the
> most common programming languages. And knowledge of *all* programming
> paradigmas, which would also include declarative languages.
> BTW: perl and python are not that hard to learn or read, since their
> main purpose was to help sysadmins to get their jobs done. And mostly
> they are not programming gurus...
yes, they are not hard to learn, but if to learn it, it's a waste of
time for me! they just make wrappers for C libraries, I do not like
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