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My other favorite language I've been using lately is Java... unfortunatly, school projects make me... no, FORCE me into programming in COBOL. This has resulted in lack of sleep, numerous nightmares and several head injuries from banging my head against the wall. I hereby would like to say to my COBOL professor... we finished the damn thing, don't ask us to OO it now or I'll just go nuts!
Update: Yes, I do have some code online...Call the COBOL comitee coz this is some BAD code!.

Greetz
Beatnik
... Quidquid cobol dictum sit, altum demens.

In reply to Re: Favorite programming language, other than Perl: by Beatnik
in thread Favorite programming language, other than Perl: by Petruchio

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