Acually the thing that struck me was that the answer from Mitch
was not only a little rude (which is unusual for Mitch), it was
also a bad answer -- it doesn't make sense to download the source
code just to find out what language it is written in.

Now if the first thing that occurs to *Mitch* is wrong, then the
question is probably not quite as trivial as it seems.  In fact, if
you take obvious approaches, such as googling for "gimp source code",
you don't easily learn the language it is written in.  Moral: don't
be rude unless you *know* that the person you're answering has done
something bad.  (And even then, rudeness marks you as an amateur.)

  -- Bill

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