Zarejestrowany: Apr 2002
na stronach 231/232 są ciekawe cytaty
I hope you're using Visual Studio, because there are a few languages to choose from-Visual Basic (Visual B++-you did read the last sidebar didn't you?), Visual C++, Visual J++, Visual InterDev, and last, but by no means least, Microsoft's Macro Assembler (MASM 6.1-what, you mean you didn't know it was on your CD?).
What's in a Name?
I find the moniker Visual Basic terribly outdated these days—wouldn't something like "Visual B++" be a much better product label now? After all, isn't C++ purported to be a "better C?" And anyway, when was the last time you saw a language named BASIC that could use and create pointers, forms, classes, DLLs, objects, type libraries, ActiveX controls, documents, and so forth?
While I'm at it, here's another thought: are you a developer who truly deserves to be using Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code? If you're reading this book, I should think not. Likewise, is your company's mission-critical application truly safe in a beginner's hands (by induction, that's both you and the language)? I think it's about time for a name change and I vote for Visual B++—it's better than BASIC. What do you think? Seriously, let me know and I'll forward on the top, say, five suggestions to the Visual Basic team! In fact, I like Visual B++ so much that to try it out, I'm going to use it in the rest of this chapter in preference over Visual Basic!
[Post edytowany dnia 24-05-2003 06:51 przez Jelcyn]
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