Message from C, C++ talks

July 2019

— Wanted a string class implementation code

— I don't know how to do that

— Kindly help

— In which folder will that be?

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And "low level guys" like not having their code being generic and prefer to have the overhaed of doing all checks that could be done at compile time at runtime?

— Weird but ok

— Src/string.cpp, but it won't be as simple as copying the file

— I wouldn't say C# is a good example. It wasn't available for linux over years

— No string.cpp here

— Well that's for libcxx. if you're looking at libstdc++ then idk

— I just wanted string class implementation code

— If they wrote the kernel on it, it would be available from the box.

The reason the kernel is not rewritten in C++ not because C++ is worser than C.
You usually do not rewrite projects just because there's a new language.
Otherwise we would constantly rewrite our code.

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— And nothing else. Where ca I get it?

— And I would like a nice dinner

— Well write it yourself