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[Mar. 24th, 2007|11:29 am]
No One Really
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C makes my head hurt. Java is like sweet, sweet aspirin.

push error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol "public: int __thiscall AI::calcMove(int,int,enum GameState::Color (* const)[20],int * const)" (?calcMove@AI@@QAEHHHQAY0BE@W4Color@GameState@@QAH@Z) referenced in function "public: void __thiscall AI::action(class GameState *,int,int)" (?action@AI@@QAEXPAVGameState@@HH@Z)

What the hell kind of error message is that? o_O

Come on, you C++ programmers, I await your mockery. For now, I'm going with a simpler solution.

From: noonereally
2007-04-15 04:15 am (UTC)

Re: C is pure bliss.

Yeah, I eventually saw that I was missing my namespace from the function declaration, or something like that.

Here's my beef, really. The things that C++ makes me do (malloc/free, for example) are generally things that the computer can do as well, for some small processing cost. And by freeing me from doing that, I can worry about the higher level things that the computer cannot do as well.

No one codes in assembly anymore.

I'm not saying Java is the One True Answer(tm), btw. I'm just saying I hate that it doesn't bounds check my arrays. ;-)

Although I'm sure I could use boost instead of arrays, anyway.
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