Kubuntu a dist in crisis?

Martin Laberge mlsoftlaberge at gmail.com
Wed Oct 28 21:43:22 UTC 2009

On Wednesday 28 October 2009 05:23:16 Chris Jones wrote:
> > I'd argue that point, C, if well written, will beat C++ any day.  
> I disagree . A really good C++ programmer can write code just as fast as 
> C. But the point is you have to know what you are doing. C++ is a 
> superset of C, so use the features of C++ when they are appropriate, and 
> those of C when they aren't. The problem is it is probably easier to 
> write truly terrible (i.e. slow) C+ than it is to write bad C.
> Chris

c++ Would be almost as efficient as C ...

but overhead of c++, can't be removed, 
then never as efficient than C.

Like C will never be as efficient than assembler.

This is laws of nature, (in a binary computer way ...)

Martin Laberge
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