Any concept that depends on good humans doesn't work
Says the C programmer. How ironic.
Unicode enthusiast, paranoid train lover and first documented case of Post-Discourse Stress Disorder
Duplicated code is easier to maintain than the C++ template clusterfuck.
No, it's not. Duplicated code is the worst maintenance nightmare; and good C++ developers know templates well enough to at least be able to maintain existing code.
And templates have another advantage: If you do something wrong, your compiler will complain loudly. It sure as hell won't complain about diverging versions of some duplicated logic, though.
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