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Interesting, you say that Windows is 99% of the market. (And as usual, you offer no support whatsoever for this buttertion. Of course, I can now understand why you don't provide references; you're terrible at it. The last time you provided a reference, it blew up in your face; see the
Let's buttume that your percentages were true. (They're not, of course, and you know you can't substantiate them in any way.) How is this any different from, say, forcing people to download, say, vbrun.dll to run an application? That's been a common nuisance in the Windows world for a
In any case, that's entirely aside from the subject of this thread, the "Advantages Of Linux For The Software Developer". Linux is much, much easier to develop for, and I have limited time to spend on developing my side projects. It's vastly better to actually complete several projects
I also bring to your attention that you have *completely* ignored my challenge to demonstrate that I've ever used the terms "wintard" or "winidiot". Your concession of defeat is noted.
Linux's Advantages For The Software Developer 13381
Ah, Ray, you are far too literal for your own good. Now I admit that I...
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Don't worry about people stealing your ideas. If your ideas are any good, you'll have to ram them down people's throats. - Howard Aiken
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