>>14496>I don't think languages like C or Lisp are free from that either
Lisp is full of faggots, but of a different kind, mostly harmless.
Nothing in this world is free from the grips of Satan anon. Insanity is everywhere.
There is a group called "Include CPP" whose goal is "a more welcoming and inclusive C++ community", organized by literal Jews and trannies. (How can that even work in practice, considering the nature of C++?)
This is not on C++'s official website, not in the ISO Committee, not in any technical documents, not a CoC.
It's not associated with the language itself, that's fine, just some mentally ill men and useful idiots doing their things.>there are less things written in those languages for people to bitch about>The moment you have something very popular written in pascal you'll have SJWs interested in it.
They aren't popular because no (((large corporation))) sponsors, funds or endorses them.
Ada or Pascal cannot become popular today. They don't save typing and don't allow you to use advanced Pajeet coding techniques such as doing everything as lambda expressions. They are not appropriate for the type of shit software that is made nowadays.>Why does that matter to you that much though?>do you mean political shit
I mean political shit, regardless of what I dislike or like.
Consider what would happen if for example PHP's website had "White Pride" banners on it, or some of its key people openly advocated Nazism in technical contexts.>Perl is well known for having unreadable code
It's been part of an old culture. It was influenced by Shell script and uses lots of punctuation that can be hard to understand from the outside.
Unreadable code can be written in any language at all. You'll see lots of horror if you keep doing it for years.>I think C is good but I would really only use for shit that's simple and fast. Anything else would probably invite problems.
This depends on programmers' and users' competence.>Why wouldn't you want your software to be usable for others?
Look at the very website you're using now, look outside, then look back.
There have been, for decades, usable software without dumbed-down user interfaces or botnet integration.
A normal registration process with a password is too cumbersome for instance. It's more convenient to do all with one click, just link your faceberg account.
Why waste time searching for things? We give you personalized recommendations based on your behaviour, the data we collect is for your convenience, trust us. >you make it sound like software that's difficult to use is a good thing
It would be the contrary; too easy-to-use software is a bad thing. The ones that are easiest to use are the worst. The UI retardation that has been happening since 2012 or so has a clear purpose for (((them))), but all retards employ it because users have undergone a process of retardation that makes them unable to use anything else.>even if I'm smart enough to figure out how to use your shit
I'm not talking about making obscure tools for 1337 h4x0rs only. Figuring out how to click on buttons is difficult nowadays.>why would I waste time learning something that I could have done in much less time?
Calling the process of learning something new a waste of time. Anything that doesn't produce profit or immediate pleasure is worthless. In the past some of us would learn new programming languages for pleasure, like trying different cars or guitars.
Doing more things in less time; more productivity, more stimulation, more pleasure. Empty hearts and deeply troubled and confused souls.