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A minority of us (experienced researchers) still believe that standard C is easier to develop and debug than C++.
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...1.2
This requirement immediately take us away from the commercial route for software development on a Windows platform, once we understand the advantages provided by Unix/Linux.
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...1.3
Thus ease of integration with third party software is important and has consequences in terms of the selected programming language (see below).
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...2.1
WARNING: What we are about to suggest may cause headaches in people who believe that programming should be regarded as an art, or are paid by the KLOC.
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...2.2
This points up one of the main differences between a C style data strcuture and C++ style class.
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...2.3
A bit of a waste of time if this was the reason you switched from K and R to ANSI
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...3.1
We hope that serious researchers will judge the software based upon its contents, in particular the rather unique combination of integrated vision algorithms, rather than what it looks like.
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