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Author: gerdb
Time: 08/13/03 09:45 PST
This is a reply to message no. 11841 by b1ueshift
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What Programming Language is best for Mechanical Engineers?
setting up a free compiler could be a waste of time, it seems more important to me to make a decision right from the beginning as to what compiler to use, if possible, and then stick with that. It is going to be very expensive, timewise, to learn C++, so if money is not a major consideration .........
relearning can be avoided with a quality compiler. Less frustration.

One needs to find comfort within a certain (quality) framework right from the beginning. (My opinion)





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