DCF77 driver seems to be broken

Gary E. Miller gem at rellim.com
Sat Feb 18 21:45:21 UTC 2017

Yo Achim!

On Sat, 18 Feb 2017 22:15:56 +0100
Achim Gratz <Stromeko at nexgo.de> wrote:

> Gary E. Miller writes:
> > There is nothing in C++, as defined by Stroustrup, that you can not
> > do in C.  
> You know, I've actually used Cfront and read all of Stroustrups books,
> so please spare me that lecture.


> There also is nothing in higher programming languages that you cannot
> do in assembler.  All higher-level languages are there to express the
> concepts and algorithms more clearly and succinctly than that.  If you
> subscribe to the hypothesis of a constant density of bugs in newly
> written software, then less LOC mean less bugs.  It's quite a bit more
> complicated than that, but reducing LOC has never hurt in my
> experience (mostly with numerical code, YMMV).  There is such a thing
> as code that gets too cryptic for it's own good, but that seems to
> come mainly from using the wrong abstraction level or getting too
> enamored with some language feature.

And your point, relavant to the task at hand, is?

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