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●Java a nice object oriented language.
●C++ a pseudo object oriented language
●I don't like C++ that much, because
-1) of it's static polymorphism. There is a case in which polymorphism don't work.
-2) No binary compatibility between different compilers, unlike C. An extern function
void foo(int)has different names. In C it's just
-3) No reflection like in Java. There would be not that much waste to have an optional description of each class. However, in C there is also no reflection.
-4) Templates: They are just better macros despite to the generic's in Java. The compiler errors can get really funny if something is wrong in the template.
-However, things are getting better with C++11, especially Lambda functions.
●stack based languages
-you find more information on complang TUWien
●Assembler: Intel 80386, 6502
●Linux: gcc, DOS: Open Watcom, C64: cc65
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