On Sunday, 11 March 2018 at 07:59:53 UTC, rumbu wrote:
Because, even the language creators seem to not recognize this,
D looks like C# with *native compilation*, the syntax is 95%
identical. Basically, if my source code doesn't use any .NET
framework function, it will compile successfully with dmd
without any (major) change.
As an aside, I had to translate a special-use decompression
algorithm from C# to D, and it was a near seamless transition.
I'm trying to persuade some of my C# compatriots to try D because
of that experience.