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About Modula 2 and Oberon
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Ramine
2015-10-21 22:22:44 UTC
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Hello,


Ladies and gentlemen, i have looked carefully to Modula 2 and Oberon,
they are nice programming languages, but i have to be frank, the
difficulty that i have found is that i have implemented many projects
like my Parallel Archiver and Parallel Compression Library and Parallel
Sort Library etc. and i have invented many synchronization algorithms
like my SemaConvar and SemaMonitor and my SeqlockX and my new
Distributed Reader-Writer Mutex etc. and as you have noticed i have done
it with Object Pascal and port them to the FreePascal and Delphi
compilers, and i can tell you that Object Pascal of FreePascal and
Delphi compilers is a beautiful and nice programming language also, so
now you understand me more, my question is then: where can i find all my
projects in Modula 2 or Oberon ? this is the sad reality, because i can
not find them in Modula 2 or Oberon and this is why i have choosen
Object Pascal as programming language, more than that you have seen me
explaining to you yesterday that Delphi and FreePascal compilers support
the Strong Memory Model as you find it on the x86 architecture , so that
makes Sequential consistency in concurrency less prone to errors, that's
not the case with languages like C++ that make Sequential consistency
difficult to reason about and more error prone since C++ support the
weak memory model , i think Java is the same as C++, so this is why i am
happy with Object Pascal that easy the thinks for me in the language and
with it's strong memory model support.


You can download all my projects from:

https://sites.google.com/site/aminer68/



Thank you for your time.


Amine Moulay Ramdane.
Ramine
2015-10-21 22:29:26 UTC
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I correct...

Hello,


Ladies and gentlemen, i have looked carefully to Modula 2 and Oberon,
they are nice programming languages, but i have to be frank, the
difficulty that i have found is that i have implemented many projects
like my Parallel Archiver and Parallel Compression Library and Parallel
Sort Library etc. and i have invented many synchronization algorithms
like my SemaConvar and SemaMonitor and my SeqlockX and my new
Distributed Reader-Writer Mutex etc. and as you have noticed i have done
it with Object Pascal and port them to the FreePascal and Delphi
compilers, and i can tell you that Object Pascal of FreePascal and
Delphi compilers is a beautiful and nice programming language also, so
now you understand me more, my question is then: where can i find all my
projects in Modula 2 or Oberon ? this is the sad reality, because i can
not find them in Modula 2 or Oberon and this is why i have choosen
Object Pascal as programming language, more than that you have seen me
explaining to you yesterday that Delphi and FreePascal compilers support
the Strong Memory Model as you find it on the x86 architecture , so that
makes Sequential consistency in concurrency less prone to errors, that's
not the case with languages like C++ that make Sequential consistency
difficult to reason about and more error prone since C++ support the
weak memory model , i think Java is the same as C++, so this is why i am
happy with Object Pascal that easy the things for me in the language and
with it's strong memory model support.


You can download all my projects from:

https://sites.google.com/site/aminer68/



Thank you for your time.


Amine Moulay Ramdane.

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