Non-ugly ways to implement a 'static' class or namespace?
thereabluepandabear at protonmail.com
Sun Feb 19 02:23:07 UTC 2023
On Sunday, 19 February 2023 at 00:21:42 UTC, ProtectAndHide wrote:
> On Saturday, 18 February 2023 at 21:23:24 UTC, ProtectAndHide
>> The more I look at D, the more I like C++.
> I should correct that.
> The more I look at D, the more I like C++, C#, Java, Kotlin,
> All D needed to provide, was a way to let the programmer
> declare a private member inside a class. But that is too much
> for the language to handle, and so objectionable to many D
> users, that it will never happen. I have no problem with that,
> because, i really do have many other options - as do all the
> on..that you supposedly want to attract to D (although, I
> suspect nobody actually wants to attract them, since they'll
> expect to be able to declare a private member within a class.
> So.. good luck with the .. ummm.. D thing.
Even if D did have the private feature, the ecosystem and
community is too small for this language to be a viable option.
Also D is not used on the job market, so good luck finding a D
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