Re: What is the future of Compiler ?

Friedrich Dominicus <frido@q-software-solutions.de>
22 Jun 2006 15:52:44 -0400

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From: Friedrich Dominicus <frido@q-software-solutions.de>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 22 Jun 2006 15:52:44 -0400
Organization: Q Software Solutions GmbH
References: 06-06-044 06-06-051 06-06-056
Keywords: OOP

Oliver Bandel <oliver@first.in-berlin.de> writes:


> Eric wrote:
> [...]
>> I see languages forking to some extent, but also they will take up
>> benefits of different models and use them. For example, C# 3.0 will use
>> lamda functions in some ways. This is a bridging of 2 seemingly
>> incompatible models.
> [...]
>
> Do you mean OO and FP with seemingly incompatible models?
>
> Look at OCaml, there you have both worlds together very well. :)


And it shows how Microsoft brainwashing works. Have you checked
Smalltalk it has full closures from it's beginning, Common Lisp has a
standardized Objects system, there does exist Mozart/Oz also. But who
C# did follow (probably with some brain dead syntax)


Friedrich


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