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From: David Bergman (davidb_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-08-30 12:46:28

I agree.

But, I think a lot of people (maybe not in this list) sometimes keeps
starring at the C++ language a bit too much, instead of widening the
views a bit, to help us come up with good, solid abstractions, that just
"happen" to be implemented as C++ constructs in the Boost case.


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> Well, actually they should. You do not become a very successful
> problem solver in this field if your only toolbox are the terms and
> concepts found in The International C++ Standard ;-)

I think he was being

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