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AlgoRythm
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Being a c# junkie moving to c++, I hated the archaic practice of declaring things in one file, then implementing them in another.

I have been using c++ as my main language for about two months straight now, and I went back to a c# project and I HATE not having them in separate files.

Funny, eh?

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  • 3
    C++ saved you.
  • 0
    @superdupernova an HTML parser / web crawler
  • 5
    Stockholm Syndrome
  • 2
    C++ modules incoming
  • 2
    As I said about about certain global events 3 years ago, it's amazing how quickly changes that we hate become normal
  • 0
    @TheBeardedOne I don’t think that certain global event three years ago ever became normal for me.
  • 1
    I have to say it can be worse! Like who decided that variables and types need to be declared in their own files?! Damn old rotten PLC languages!
  • 1
    I still think header files suck. The information they contain is not a useful selection for humans, only for compilers. They contain information you're literally not allowed to interact with unless you're defining the class which the header declares.
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    @lorentz I partially agree with you. You can see them as interfaces, a contract. You interact with them the same way as a contract and don't care about the implementation.
    That is obviously not true in a lot of cases making it feel exactly as you state.
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