I am not on or near any cutting edge, and I am still pissed that Computer Associates decided to C-ify the dBase language, functions instead of commands.
I'm the maintainer of the vbnet track at Exercism.io and
having had the experience of becoming that, inheriting
someone else's work, and getting almost there for the v3
release next month I've been wondering how I'd go
maintaining other languages.
In the event that I created a learning track for xBase
languages, which dialect? Are...
[are they] sufficiently similar that one can learn one
and migrate readily to either of the others?
Getting a track going is half the problem. The other is
finding mentors and I haven't done any serious xBase
programming for years.
Il 06/08/2021 16:49, dlzc ha scritto:
I am not on or near any cutting edge, and I am still pissed that
Computer Associates decided to C-ify the dBase language, functions
instead of commands.
Not "instead". To me Clipper 5 was a great step beyond, a very modern
and powerful developing language. Unfortunately (I agree with you on
this) market prefers other roads...
Il 06/08/2021 17:06, Enrico Maria Giordano ha scritto:...
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