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Re: Programming Examples: Declarative, Imperative, Functional, Etc.

by MidLifeXis (Monsignor)
on Jul 25, 2012 at 13:50 UTC ( #983660=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Programming Examples: Declarative, Imperative, Functional, Etc.

Some languages lend themselves better to some styles of programming. Which is a reason why it is occasionally suggested to learn things like java, lisp, and so on. Techniques learned in each of these may then be able to be applied in other languages.


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[Corion]: Is anybody aware of what makes Android Oreo better than Android Nougat? I'm not sure if the architectural changes (etc) are there already that make upgrading an Oreo-kernel phone to a newer Android userland (Lineage OS) version feasible
[Corion]: Yeah, CryTek got blindsided (or whatever) by Unity and Unreal Engine being zero cost, and the CryTek documentation being bad/nonexistent I think
[Corion]: "zero monetary cost", because of course, it's gratis only if your time has no value :)
[marto]: I used to keep up to date with my android ROMs, updating to the nightly every other day
[marto]: in my experience the jump in major releases has been painless, and performed better
[marto]: Corion if your device has an official Oreo ROM I'd do a nandroid backup and give it a shot

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