New project, "Code to Code"
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Tue Dec 16 21:58:55 UTC 2008
Lennart Sorensen wrote:
> I actually think trying to work in one language with a point of view of
> another is simply going about things the wrong way.
> What you should be doing is make a list of small sample problems along
> with sample solutions for that problem in different languages. This way
> you can get good examples of how to use each language well, rather than
> examples of how to ram language A's style into language B.
Scott mentioned Rosetta Code, which seems to be exactly what you are
I don't expect CtC to be itself enough to learn a language, but more of
a stepping stone to help people "think" the way a new language requires
using points of reference the person already understands.
It's meant to be a project that fills a niche.
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