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Snob? Well, I prefer the word gourmet :)

All this makes you search harder. There're LOTS of programming languages in the world nowadays. Once you've learnt one to earn your living, you can investigate even rare ones.

I actually tried Java, Python and Ruby. I could not manage to like them. Ruby was a huge dissapointment, quite unexpectedly :( Then I stumbled upon Pike and it turned out to be the very subtle balance between elegance and power I am fond of. And when I feel like fiddling with functional programming (you said 'lambdas', I heard), I use Ocaml. These are hobbies, I enjoy them and don't try to make money from it.

In reply to Re: Styles of programming and How We Think by kappa
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