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Technical gcc / assembler question.

On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 14:10:41 -0400
Kristian Hermansen <kristian.hermansen-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w at> wrote:

> Well, just making sure!  You named your source file .c and your subject=
> says gcc, not g++.  I have found bugs in g++, which do not exist in gcc.=

BTW: Problem solved by downloading the appropriate binutils from
 No, I named my source file .C (upper case C), which is one of
the C++ conventions. I personally prefer .cc or .c++. I don't like .cpp
because it implicates the C Preprocessor. C++ is a much more difficult
language to compile and even harder to optimize. A friend of mine calls
it "COBOL by any other name". The code I work with is very highly
templated with a number of levels of inheritance.=20

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