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some new questions for c


for all :
who are the best experts for c in the world?why ?what are they doing
now?
for all :
who are the best experts for c in the world?why ?what are they doing
now?
for all :
who are the best experts for c in the world?why ?what are they doing
now?
In article <1180321971.141984.41@d30g2000prg.googlegroups.com>,

 <zhaowei0@163.com> wrote:
>for all :
>who are the best experts for c in the world?why ?what are they doing
>now?

What are they doing now? Probably watching Sunday evening sports,
or having desert after supper, or reading their kids to sleep.
Some of them are probably half-waking and telling their husbands
"Not now, honey, I'm not in the mood right now!"

Why, if you were one of the best C experts in the world, what would
you be doing on a Sunday night or in the early hours of Monday morning?

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Walter Roberson wrote:
> In article <1180321971.141984.41@d30g2000prg.googlegroups.com>,
>  <zhaowei0@163.com> wrote:
>> for all :
>> who are the best experts for c in the world?why ?what are they doing
>> now?

> What are they doing now? Probably watching Sunday evening sports,
> or having desert after supper, or reading their kids to sleep.
> Some of them are probably half-waking and telling their husbands
> "Not now, honey, I'm not in the mood right now!"

> Why, if you were one of the best C experts in the world, what would
> you be doing on a Sunday night or in the early hours of Monday morning?

Or even Monday afternoon!

--
Ian Collins.

zhaowei0@163.com :
> for all :
> who are the best experts for c in the world?why ?what are they doing
> now?


<zhaowei0@163.com> wrote in message

news:1180321971.141984.41740@d30g2000prg.googlegroups.com...
> for all :
> who are the best experts for c in the world?why ?what are they doing
> now?

Dennis Ritchie is the inventor of C and I suppose the person you would
identify as the best expert. He used to work at AT&T, I don't know what he
does now but he posts here occasionally.

The question isn't really meaningful, since one of the goals of a
programming language is that it should be easy for an experienced programmer
to learn. Often the goal is also that it should be easy for an inexperienced
person to learn. So really if you need an "expert" then that reflects badly
on the language.

However you can also have expert programmers. These are people who might
well not know all the minutae of the C standard but are very good at getting
computers to do difficult things.

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In article <1180321962.481152.9@r19g2000prf.googlegroups.com>,
zhaowei0@163.com writes

>for all :
>who are the best experts for c in the world?why ?what are they doing
>now?

Me
Because I am wonderful
Drinking coffee.
Next!

That was easy... :-)

There are some knowledgeable People on here but the real experts aren't
in this NG they tend to be on c.l.c.m and the standards groups. That is
for C as a language.  IF you want C as applied in specific
applications/targets etc  there are other better NG's

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zhaowei0@163.com wrote:
> for all :
> who are the best experts for c in the world?why ?what are they doing
> now?

Right now, they are probably reading your message and wondering whether
they are, indeed, "the best experts for c in the world".

Cheers,
mvdw (not one of the best experts in the world at anything, most likely)

Chris Hills said:

> There are some knowledgeable People on here but the real experts
> aren't in this NG

Well, if you don't count Chris Torek as an expert, my estimation of your
ability to recognise expertise has just plummeted.

--
Richard Heathfield
"Usenet is a strange place" - dmr 29/7/1999
http://www.cpax.org.uk
email: rjh at the above domain, - www.

Chris Hills wrote:

... snip ...

> There are some knowledgeable People on here but the real experts
> aren't in this NG they tend to be on c.l.c.m and the standards
> groups. That is for C as a language.  IF you want C as applied in
> specific applications/targets etc  there are other better NG's

You are mistaken.  c.l.c.m handles largely the same group, but with
much smaller volume, since it takes so long for messages to
propagate.  comp.stds.c deals with the verbiage in the standards,
modifications thereto, etc.  c.l.c deals with the language as
defined by the standard.

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Chris Hills wrote:

> There are some knowledgeable People on here but the real experts aren't
> in this NG

P. J. Plauger post here sometimes, but of course, more compiler writers
and kernel hackers hang out over in comp.std.c.

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