I keep changing my mind whether
C/C++ is a blessing or a cruel joke on us all. Sometimes I think it's great (when
it lets me cast a block of memory to just about anything I want), and sometimes I
really hate it(when it lets me cast a block of memory to just about anything I want). And
sometimes, I come across something that makes my jaw drop again.
Nothing new - just another
confirmation that C is just full of warts of many kinds.
This time I was reading Eric
Lippert's entry on exceptions ... yeah. What do you think about
setjmp( env ) <=100 )
"%d\r\n", i );
env, i );