[Mono-devel-list] Pascal compiler - say what?
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Thu Mar 17 02:29:11 EST 2005
I agree with you; however, I am less confident that in 5-10 years Pascal will still be what it is
today. I would wager that Pascal is slowly loosing mindshare.
--- David Champion <david at flightline.co.uk> wrote:
> Edward Wilson wrote:
> >Who uses Pascal anymore?
> I also use Delphi (commercially $$$) on a daily basis and C#. But I
> choose the best language/framework for the job.
> With the latest IDE, Delphi2005, I can work in native Delphi.win32, C#
> and Delphi.net in the same project group.
> Its a inclusive.
> As an IDE its well suited to take on new personalities. I hope Borland
> get round to a Delphi mono
> personality sometime soon.
> >Instead of Pascal, you might try hacking F#, a .NET Ocaml knock off, it should have a more
> >promising future than Pascal/.net and you might get eventually get paid.
> Pascal is far more commercially viable than F#. X# or C#Omega and data
> type extensions for
> XML and data tables look more interesting academically.
> These will inform the design choices/features for C# 3.0.
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