On Mon, Apr 26, 2004 at 05:43:35AM -0400,
Rahul Siddharthan probably wrote:
> Chris Pressey wrote:
> > A single Greek word for which there isn't an equivalent English word,
> > phrase, sentence, paragraph, essay, book, or library would be enough
> > though.
> Which has very little relevance to programming languages. Anything
> that can be done in one Turing-complete language can be done in
> another Turing-complete language. The trade-off is in development
> time ("expressiveness") and running time.
// Turing strikes again:)
// Ok. Write this (to be compiled as a shared object) in portable C:
cout<<"This shared library was loaded!"<<endl;
static A a;
The stage between puberty and adultery.