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Dennis Ritchie Passed Away Oct 8, 2011
He was the co-inventor of UNIX and C - has passed away at the age of 70.
Article on Kuro5hin::Why C Is Not My Favorite Programming Language By James A C Joyce
My comment on this is , every reason given in this article for not using C is why I like C and use it!
Truth is, asking what is the best language is like asking what gear is best to use on a stick shift car. The answer is that it depends on how fast your moving, are you going up hill or pulling a heavy load.
For super small tight optimized code Assembly or hand coded HEX/Binary is best.
For OS Internals / Drivers and other things close to the hardware, something like C or Fourth is best. For text files manipulation PERL is best. For Windowing GUI apps and Object Oriented language like C++ or Delphi is best. Even COBOL has it's place for maintaining security while a large group of untrusted programmers work on a financial system.
Me personally, at times I like to know exactly what kind of CPU op-codes I am generating when I write a line of code. So to do this I tend to mix Assembly,C and C++. But while on UNIX I often use shell scripts and PERL for TEXT data manipulation.
Mirrored here for historical reference - Brian W. Kernighan::Why Pascal is Not My Favorite Programming Language
Interview with Dennis Ritchie
Ken Thompson 1984 paper - Reflections on Trusting Trust
21 Rules of Thumb - How Microsoft develops its Software
Go To Statement Considered Harmful, by Edsger W. Dijkstra 1968
The definitive book on C is:
by Brian W. kernighan and Dennis M.Ritchie
An interesting thing here is the For the White one on the left,
But for the Blue one on the right that is 100% identical it's 95.00 rupies in India. Thats about $2 US!!
Computer Graphics Algorithms FAQ
Computer Programming resources links
Unix Serial Port Programming
List subdirectories of the current directory Compliles in Unix, MS Visual C++; Borland C
Indent Manual GNU Indent Page Indent Wikipedia Page
Araxis Merge - Gui file comparison/merging and folder synchronization
Lemmy - GUI VI for windows, for those who can't live without it.
Understand for C++ : from (Scientific Toolworks, Inc ) ANSI C, C++ and K&R C reverse engineering, code navigation, and metrics tool
They also support Java, FORTRAN, JOVIAL, and Ada . I don't know how I could have survived Programming Someone elses windows code without this.
Universal Indent Very cool program, it is a gui overlay and ported get of Code formatting tools, such as Indent, uncrustify and others. You can toggle a flag and see the resulting output to you C code in real time, then output a command line string to run of manually on the command line later if you choose.
MonsterSoft tutorial page Protected Mode programming , VESA programming ,
Phil Ottewell's STL Tutorial
Programming Tutorials - C, C++, OpenGL, STL
CPlusPlus.com C++ Resources Network First rate site...
C++ Reference Guide
Kontron Rackmount, Computer Telephony, Atx Motherboards & Embedded Systems Kontron offers industrial PC products such as atx motherboards, embedded systems, rackmount servers, PC/104 plus, and more.
Collection of DOS & Windows C and C++ Code
Planet Sounce Code
Code from "The Practice of Programming" Book
Reliable Software - Site has some interesting C stuff
Reliable Software has a good win32 tutorial
Great resource for PC hardware interfacing
Overdoing C++ Templates
The C++ and Java SIG - part of the New York PC Users Group
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