This article is suggesting C/C++ is "unsafe", but without being specific about it.
Maybe Rust is for programmers who can't handle C++, just like autos.This article is suggesting C/C++ is "unsafe", but without being specific about it.
Can you please explain why it is (would be?) so?
I mean it doesn't make sense to me. Some specific uses of C/C++ (or any other programming language) can probably bring problems, but the programming language itself cannot be unsafe. Right? (note this message was not sponsored by US NRA).
An image of the future?I like the scenario that we transfer all experts with their know-how and experience to a skansen, and delegate all the serious stuff to an AI algo. Professors and post-docs from western unis work constantly to improve the AI algo by training it to distinguish photos of cats and dogs. The rest of the society is required to have at least one of those pets and upload their photos to the Internet every day. Doesn't it sound familiar?
I've driven in PeelImagine, Jeremy Clarkson driving in a Peel.
Was it an attempt to endear himself to the people of Manx? Of course, you know the story about his lighthouse near Castletown and his sneering review of the excellent Manx cuisine.I've driven in PeelImagine, Jeremy Clarkson driving in a Peel.
It was a great time, oil people were the jet-setters! This was a great team.You look like a typical BOFH in that photo