On 2015-05-05 05:47 PM, Nightfox wrote:
Re: D programming language
By: Mercyful Fate to Nightfox on Tue May 05 2015 02:05:00
MF> I've read a little on it and it looks pretty interesting. Almost like a
MF> nicer version of C# to tell the truth. Not sure about how big it's
MF> standard library is yet which is the main reason i haven't attempted to do
MF> much in it yet.
I thought D was closer to C++ than C#. I'll have to read some more about it. The main reason I haven't really done anything with D is that it doesn't seem to be used much in the industry or supported by many compilers. I'm not sure if it can use libraroes made for C or C++.
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Well it is compiled. No interpreter. machine code. So yeah. That
observation of it being more like C/C++ is true and generally you can do
a lot of what you can do in C in D I guess. It has pointers :)
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