Hacking C code vs D code

Paul Backus snarwin at gmail.com
Fri Aug 5 01:46:35 UTC 2022

On Thursday, 4 August 2022 at 23:11:36 UTC, pascal111 wrote:
> One of problems faced me in C programming is hacking data with 
> C code that some hackers do with C code which make me needs 
> more tools to protect my C code, but I don't have good 
> resources in my current time, while I noticed that D code is 
> more secure than C code by mean it will be more useful to do my 
> codes in my current time.
> My question is, to which extent D code is secure and helping in 
> protect data?

Probably the biggest safety features of D are bounds checking for 
arrays, garbage collection, and default initialization of 

If you use `@safe`, you can get even better protection, at the 
cost of some minor restrictions. But even without that, D is a 
lot safer than C.

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