From all "HLLs", C is probably the lowest, but from the ASSEMBLER coders
viewpoint, this is good, not bad:
you always know very well, what machine code will be produced out of your C code
- there are no hidden secrets. At least, that's my opinion.
And, see my previous post: you can easily use well-known algorithms from
libraries or books (even in other languages, it's easy to translate f.e. FORTRAN
or PASCAL to C, even PL/1), even if they are recursive. In that sense, C is a
Am 09.04.2011 20:18, schrieb E.J.:
> On 4/9/2011 7:55 AM, K.W. wrote:
>> ... and my point is that in the real world there is not only
>> more reusable "library" code in C but that it is easier to reuse,
>> being a HLL.
> C is considered an HLL?