On Wed, May 16, 2001 at 04:48:41PM -0600, Nathan Torkington wrote:
> It's a wonderful fantasy, but the only type of problem I solve that
> could fit that approach are those tedious CGI+database CRUD things.
> Everything else requires original thought and invention, and I'll chew
> my left nut off before I believe that the fantasy of assembly-line
> software allows for that.

I found that with VB and similar, the best approach was to write the fast
code as a DLL, and just point and drool to create the interface.

> > the most impressive implementation of a programming language/dialect
> > that I have ever seen
> "It may be a steamy sweaty pile of diarrhoea, but it's an IMPRESSIVE
> steamy sweaty pile of diarrhoea."

Hey Nat, keep up the rants, they're great reading. :)


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