Completing C code with D style
stanislav.blinov at gmail.com
Thu Nov 11 21:13:03 UTC 2021
On Thursday, 11 November 2021 at 00:11:07 UTC, H. S. Teoh wrote:
> It depends on what you're doing. In the OP's example, yeah
> worrying about allocations is totally blowing things out of
But that's the thing. How would one ever learn to know where that
dividing line is if all the learning material they see teaches
them the opposite - to not know or care?
'Twas a simple task: traverse an array and print numbers out of
it based on a predicate. That is all the original program did.
How does doing (LOTS) more than that make any of it easier to
understand, let alone equivalent to execute?
forkit says: "if I was writing millions of processes across 1000s
of servers..." No. Just... no. If I've only ever written
"convenient" pessimized code, I won't magically start lighting up
those wasted transistors just because I got a new job. I'll just
be writing the same "convenient" pessimized code, only it would
now span 1000s of servers. Which is the exact effing situation
that we're in already!
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